Monday September 28, 2020

Calls for probe into Old Trafford 'fiasco'

Manchester United's free entry offer could cost club £3m

16th May, 2016
United offer free entry to rescheduled match Pic Getty

Manchester United have said that entry to their rescheduled

Premier League match against Bournemouth on Tuesday will be free after the abandonment of yesterday's match following a security alert.

The club also said that refunds would be given to those who turned up at Old Trafford yesterday. It is estimated that the move will cost United around £3m.

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