Manchester United fans have been protesting against the actions taken by the Glazers and have urged the Americans to sell the club, after their part in the European Super League.
The Glazers have never been popular among the Manchester United fans, and this action has further dented their image.
United fans had blocked the entrance to Carrington on Thursday, and United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had to come out to address the fans, with Solskjaer admitting that his discussion with fans lasted for up to ten minutes.
Angry Manchester United fans blocked the entrance to Old Trafford on Saturday to yet again show their disgust at the Glazers.
Meanwhile, Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed his appreciation for Glazers even though he doesn’t support the ESL project.
When asked if he believed the Glazers were the right custodians to take the club forward, he replied: “You know what I’ve said about the Super League and I’m so happy that all the owners, all the clubs involved agreed that this was a mistake.
“I’ve always had a good working relationship with the club and the owners.
“Of course behind the walls of the building we speak, they listened to my opinions and we’re working to move Man United forward, of course.”