The European Super League fiasco has sent shockwaves through football this week and one club at the forefront is United.
However, an Arsenal fan believes United need to be careful what they wish for - comparing the Glazer family to their owner, Stan Kroenke.
"Utd fans make me laugh saying the Glazers are running them into the ground."- talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) April 22, 2021
:pound: "They outspend us every year! They blow everyone out of the water."
♂️ "The fans wanted Sanchez & they gave him £500k-a-week!"
This #AFC fan says #MUFC fans complain too much about the Glazers. pic.twitter.com/xcaWTzMZ8O
"I'm completely with United on the whole Glazers, Super League thing - it's disgusting," Ben begun.
"They do make me laugh though. United fans saying the Glazers are running them into the ground. They outspend most teams every year.
"£80 million for [Harry] Maguire. Just look at Arsenal, try having Kroenke for a couple of years. We're having to loan players. We signed [Nicolas] Pepe for £72 million and we're still paying it in instalments.
"They blow everyone out of the water with money and they say they're running them into the ground."
Ben then referred to the Alexis Sanchez transfer, claiming United paid the Chilean £500,000-per-week just to 'keep him' from bitter rivals Manchester City.
"What about when they wanted Alexis Sanchez?" he continued.
"Yeah we'll give you £500,000-per-week just to stop City having him. They could have it a lot worse than what they've got it."
Executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is set to leave his role at the end of 2021 and he's often been seen as a key figure in the Glazers' regime.
A group of supporters blocked the entrance to United's Carrington training complex on Thursday morning as a means of protest.
Banners emblazoned with 'Glazers Out' were spotted as well as one which read 'We decide when you play.'
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and members of his coaching staff are said to have spoken to the protesters.
No arrests were made and the fans left the complex.
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