Season-ticket prices at Manchester United for next season have been frozen, the club have announced.
It is the 10th successive year that the Premier League giants have announced prices for general admission areas at Old Trafford will not be raised.
United have not played in front of supporters at home for over a year due to the coronavirus pandemic but are planning for their return next season.
If more matches do have to be played behind closed doors or with restricted capacity. However, refunds or pro-rata rebates will be offered.
Richard Arnold, United’s group managing director, said: “This past year has tested all of our resilience. Fans have missed being at Old Trafford and we have missed them being there.
“While we will continue to plan for every eventuality. We are announcing our plans for season-ticker holders for next season with optimism that this will be a fresh start and a long-awaited step towards normality.
“Season-ticket prices have been frozen for the 2021-22 season, as part of our ongoing commitment to fair pricing that has been a fundamental part of our ticketing policy for some time.
“This marks the 10th successive season that the club has kept prices frozen in general admission areas of the stadium.
“Our policy for season-ticket holders is fair and simple. Fans will only pay for matches that they are entitled to attend if capacity restrictions are required.”
Meanwhile, Eric Bailly has reportedly apologised to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his Manchester United team-mates for the way he reacted after being dropped to face AC Milan last week.
The unhappy centre-back has apologised for his “disrespectful manner” after he reacted angrily to being axed, according to the Transfer Window Podcast. Bailly had played in the first leg at Old Trafford but Victor Lindelof replaced him at the San Siro and that has been the story for the majority of the season.
Despite the defender’s apology, his stance regarding his situation at Old Trafford remains. His representatives have made the media know that Bailly is not happy at the club.
The 26-year-old is unhappy at his lack of game time. And per the source, has asked for assurances about that in talks over a new contract.
United officials do want to keep him, and have offered him a pay rise. Solskjaer though has been unable to guarantee him more football.
He is out of contract in 2022, and as it stands he will not be penning a new deal.