For We Work, Adam Neumann pledges $500 million, which might reach $900 million with financing and diligence.

A source informed CNBC that Adam Neumann has made an unsolicited bid of around $500 million to acquire WeWork from bankruptcy. 

That bid might reach $900 million pending due diligence, the individual said. 

Neumann's financing remained unclear, but sources informed CNBC that Dan Loeb's Third Point was not engaged. 

Neumann's attorney said Loeb's investment firm supported the WeWork founder's offer, but Third Point disagreed. 

WeWork may reject Neumann's offer due to his track record and financial concerns.  

Neumann, his family office Nazare, and his Andreessen Horowitz-backed real estate firm Flow filed a notice of presence in WeWork's bankruptcy docket on Monday. 

“Two weeks ago, a coalition of half a dozen financing partners — whose identities are known to WeWork and , 

its advisors — submitted a potential bid for substantially more” than $500 million, a Flow representative said. Flow did not answer to CNBC's $900 million bid inquiry. 

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