Avram Glazer's latest spend causes rage among Manchester United fans
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Manchester United fans have been left raging after owner Avram Glazer booked £500,000 worth of flights to Wembley amid the club's heavy debt.
United are set to face local rivals Manchester City in the FA Cup final at the start of June as they look to stop Pep Guardiola's side winning the treble and pick up their own domestic double after winning the Carabao Cup earlier this season.
Glazer will be there, and if his trip is anything like his previous visits this season, the journey will set to cost the club hundreds of thousands of pounds.
The United owners are based in Florida and fly over to England to watch the side on occasions.
He's not been present at Old Trafford often of late amid the anti-Glazer ownership protests from fans but he's made two trips to Wembley this year already.
He was also at the Women's FA Cup final earlier this month to watch United's women's team - which Glazer played a prominent role in originally destroying when he took over the club at the start of the century - lose to Chelsea, with the club paying another £250,000 for the trip.
It's understood security and accommodation also cost extra fees, while a trip to Qatar last year was also a business expense.
The costs have caused outrage among United fans with the club in £250 million worth of debt and looking for a new owner.
"Outrageous but how can I be surprised by this?" asked one fuming United fan on Twitter.
"I'm lost for words," said another supporter, while another added: "An utter disgrace…. it’s genuinely difficult to put into adequate words the depth of dislike I have for that group of people. They (Avram Glazer in particular) are a scourge to Manchester United. Please let this end soon."
Talks to buy United from the Glazers are still taking place.