Fans were left furious after United initially became founding members of the Super League, and protests have followed, with Sunday’s clash against Liverpool at Old Trafford being postponed after supporters forced their way into the stadium.
Despite the furore surrounding United’s plans, the club’s co-chairman Avram Glazer refused to apologise to supporters for attempting to join the highly-controversial Super League.
Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted he has received an apology from the Glazers
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are gearing up for their second leg against Roma on Thursday
But Solskjaer has since admitted that the Glazer owners are listening to the fans before he insisted Sunday’s protests went ‘one step too far’.
Speaking ahead of United’s Europa League semi-final second leg clash at Roma, Solskjaer revealed: ‘I have been communicating with the owners, they have apologised to me personally.
‘I know they have started communication with other individuals other than me.
‘It is a difficult position for me to be in this, I have to focus on the football. I have always had a good relationship and they do listen to me. They do listen to the fans and I am sure there will be better communication coming.’
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Edinson Cavani and Bruno Fernandes scored twice each to beat Roma at Old Trafford