Manchester United fans are back in Old Trafford for the first time in over 400 days and have made their feelings clear towards the Glazer family.

United 's spot in the top four is secured, resulting in Champions League football again next season, with the target now being Europa League glory next week.

The return of 10,000 supporters to Old Trafford is a significant step forward in the push to return to normality, with fans locked out since March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, the supporters have used the occasion to make their feelings towards the Glazer family clear by displaying banners against the American owners.

Numerous supporters could be seen displaying placards reading 'GO Glazers Out', displaying the green and gold colours that have become synonymous with the movement to change the club's ownership.

The opposing side of the banner reads '50+1 time to change', with continued calls for changes to the ownership structure within the English game.

It is expected that the supporters will also protest in the 51st minute of the game, referencing the 50+1 fan ownership model in German football that many have called to be adopted in the Premier League.

United have warned of strict punishments for any supporters that invade the field or let off flares during the match, following protests outside the stadium two weeks ago.

Manchester United fans collect 'Glazers Out' posters outside Old Trafford

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Supporters broke into Old Trafford ahead of the Premier League clash against Liverpool, which eventually led to the postponement of the fixture.

The fury of fans reached new heights last month following the club's decision to join 11 other European sides in a breakaway competition from UEFA.

While United eventually withdrew from the so-called Super League following significant backlash, with many taking it as the last straw.