Manchester United supporters entered the Carrington club’s training ground on Thursday morning to protest against the club’s owners over the European Super League.
About 20 fans blocked the entrance to the field before entering and posing with written banners.
“We decide when to play”, “Glazers out” and “51% MUFC 20”, were the banners of United fans.
Reds coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke to the protesters, who entered the venue shortly after 9am, before being escorted out.
Fans entered the club grounds before most of the first team had arrived and blocked both entrances while standing by their slogans.
The banner about ‘51% ‘refers to the fans who hold the majority a model which is common in German football.
The protesters entered the training area in the first team fields, where they took pictures with their slogans and asked to speak with Solskjaer.
Understandably, Solskjaer came out to speak with supporters along with technical director Darren Fletcher, first-team coach Michael Carrick and midfielder Nemanja Matic.
The group left a little later and while the police were called it is understood that no arrests were made. / Telegraphy /