Tickets for Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United return one week from now are available to be purchased for as much as £2,500 on the web.
The Red Devils’ true tagging site has sold out for the home clash with Newcastle United.
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Be that as it may, tickets for the match can be found on resale sites across the web.
With TV choices having been made before Ronaldo, 36, fixed his Man United return, fans are clamoring to have the option to observe the match in the flash.
Also, some are going to unapproved merchants to do as such.
As per The Times, Live Football Tickets has more than 200 seats at deal – with costs going from £250 to £699.
Stubhub, in the interim, are significantly more costly.
The American company are charging an eyewatering £2,514 for tickets in Old Trafford’s lower tiers.
Both sites were contacted for comment by The Times.
Manchester United themselves have urged fans not to use unauthorised ticketing sites.
They wrote: “We strongly discourage fans from purchasing tickets from unauthorised sources.
“These tickets are often invalid, leaving fans out of pocket, disappointed and unable to see the game.”
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