From what I've seen in the last few days Avran and Joel remain as minority shareholders and Ratcliffe has over 50%. My guess is that the 2 Glazers will stay in until the value of their shares reach the inflated valuation figure they always had in mind, which will only be realised if a proper recovery strategy is put in place - i.e. no more ripping the cash out of the club to line the Glazers' pockets. It looks like Ratcliffe has a call option over their minority holding too, so we will see the back of them in due course.
I've seen nothing yet about debt, though I suspect it could be part of the deal, given what is needed in terms of investment. Sound worrying, but might not be if it is manageable and comes out of improved future cash flows. The important thing is to see the Glazers sidelined and ultimately taken out. Part of me looks forward to them seeing first hand how the club should have been run.
Nothing in life is certain but I feel faintly optimistic that this is a good outcome, especially as we didn't become part of an Arab sports washing project.