The supporters will have to pay up to £50 to watch Europe’s second tier.
For the first time since 1995 Manchester United face the very realistic prospect of failing to qualify for the Champions League.
The Premier League champions currently lie in seventh place after 26 matches and are 11 points off Liverpool in the final qualification position.
With Everton and Tottenham Hotspur both ahead of the Red Devils as well, David Moyes has a very difficult task to make the top four.
However, if United were to qualify for the Europa League instead, the club would still charge Champions League prices to watch the games – something understandably unpopular with the fans.
Under the Glazer regime at Old Trafford the Independent reports that there is a much maligned ‘automatic cup scheme’, which forces season ticket holders to pay up to £50 for FA Cup and Champions League tickets.
When the English champions were eliminated from the group stage in 2011 and therefore dropped down into the Europa League, these matches were exempt from the scheme.
However, much to the anger of the supporters this will not happen if United only make the second tier of European football for next term.
This will only add to the growing disillusion at the Theatre of the Dreams under the management of David Moyes, as the fans are being asked to be patient in what is very trying times.
They were so used to success for 26-and-a-half years under Sir Alex Ferguson that watching the side lose at home to the likes of Everton, Newcastle United and West Bromwich Albion has been difficult to take.
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