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Manchester United struggling to sell out Champions League ticket at Old Trafford

Jose Mourinho is becoming an increasingly isolated figure at Manchester United and now it seems that even the club’s supporters are deserting him.
The prices vary from £13 for under-16s to £58 for non-members in the most expensive seats.

After Saturday’s dismal showing at West Ham – which ended in a 3-1 defeat and saw an early walkout from fans – Mourinho will be desperate to get the supporters back on side amid reports he has lost the dressing room and is on the brink of being relieved of his duties.

But as things stand, there will be banks of empty seats at the 75,000 capacity-ground for their Group H game with Valencia on Tuesday evening.

United have not won in their last three outings which has led to a general disillusionment floating around Old Trafford and now it seems as if the club’s supporters are rebelling.
Mourinho’s men are already chasing their rivals and sit 10th in the Premier League table.

But fans have not only expressed their grievances at results, but also the dead-eyed nature of United’s football.

The beleaguered United boss has also clashed with several of his stars and is understood to barely be on speaking terms with skipper Antonio Valencia and Paul Pogba following their public training-ground bust up.

It remains to be seen how many tickets the Red Devils will end up selling, but it appears unlikely that Old Trafford will be packed out for the visit of Valencia.

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