Bayern Munich fans hold up banner about the Glazers as Man Utd fans applaud protest

Bayern Munich supporters made their feelings clear on the Glazers ahead of their clash against Manchester United, eliciting a positive response from Old Trafford.

Bayern travelled to the Theatre of Dreams for their final group stage match of the Champions League, having already secured top spot in Group A.

The Red Devils, meanwhile, are hoping for a miracle, knowing that they must beat the Bundesliga side and hope that FC Copenhagen draw with Galatasaray in the other group stage match to secure qualification to the knockout rounds.

It has been a bitter encounter in the Manchester cold, but both sets of fans were united about one thing ahead of kick-off.

Bayern fans who had made the long trip from Germany held up two banners protesting the extortionate ticket prices at Old Trafford.

One sign read: “£50 Glazers overkill”, while another read: “Twenty is plenty”.

In response to the banners, Manchester United fans applauded before a chant of ‘we want Glazers out’ rung out around the ground.

You can watch footage of the moment below.

The Glazers have long been a sticking point for many United supporters, who have felt unrepresented by their owners.

The Glazers subsequently put the club up for sale in November 2022 and after a lengthy bidding process, eventually agreed to sell a minority stake to Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

However, the deal will see the family remain at the as the majority owners of the club, further angering supporters.