GOOD AFTERNOON MAN UNITED FANS
It’s been a busy few days for United fans.
Sunday’s protest at Old Trafford has mounted pressure on the Glazers, with Avram refusing to apologise to fans after being confronted by a Sky journalist.
More protests are expected to be held during the coming weeks, raising doubts about United’s remaining home games against Leicester, Fulham and, of course, the rearranged game against Liverpool.
United fans have also announced their plans to boycott companies who sponsor the club.
New Sponsor TeamViewer have been bombarded with negative reviews in protest, leaving them with a one-star rating on website TrustPilot.
Fans have also shared an open letter regarding the boycott with Chevrolet, Adidas, DHL and Marriott Hotels, among others.
Despite the campaign, the Glazers are set to ignore the recent protests at Old Trafford and increase United’s value to $10bn (£7bn).
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is due to give his thoughts in a press conference today at 1pm.
Elsewhere, Jadon Sancho’s rumoured valuation of £85million is still more than United anticipated, according to reports.
But it is believed the Red Devils will still make a move this summer.The Glazers are also ready to sanction a £90million Manchester United bid for Harry Kane as they desperately attempt to quash fan fury.
And the official trailer for the new movie about ex-United boss Alex Ferguson – Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In – has been released.