Sevilla to report Man Utd to UEFA over ticket price

Sevilla and Manchester United have engaged in a war of words over tickets after the English club hiked up their prices to match what their own fans must pay in Spain.

The two sides, who meet in the last 16 of the Champions League, are rowing over the cost for visiting supporters in each leg and UEFA are now set to become involved.

Travelling United supporters must cough up £89 each for February’s first leg at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, where Liverpool fans were charged £54 in November.

Not only have United responded by subsidising supporters the £35 difference, they have also increased the price for visiting fans at March’s return leg at Old Trafford to £89 as well.

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