Manchester United supporters are protesting against the Glazer family outside the team's bus at the Lowry Hotel.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side host Liverpool in Sunday's 4:30pm kick-off at Old Trafford and around 10,000 fans are expected to be outside the ground to voice their displeasure with their American owners.
It follows on from an organised protest last week, where an American flag was burned and anti-Glazer banners were displayed.
But prior to the arranged protest later on today, footage of a large group of fans directly outside the Lowry with flares has emerged.
With police present, the supporters can be heard singing chants against their much-maligned owners as they continue to show their disapproval.
Protesters at Utd's hotel have broken out of the police cordon.- Red Issue (@RedIssue) May 2, 2021
Front and back entrances are currently blocked off.
Players are looking on from the upstairs windows.
For a number of years now, United fans have regularly vented their frustrations at the Glazers, who bought the club in 2005 when it was a PLC and have taken more than £1 billion out of the club.
And after the club were one of the leading sides involved in plans for a breakaway European Super League, United supporters are again calling for the Glazer family to sell up.
A small pocket of fans broke into Carrington with flags, before there was a much bigger turn-out for a three hour protest last Saturday.
The big statement is being made today, with the Daily Mail reporting that United have brought in extra security.
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