Manchester United since the beginning of the season have been in the news for not too good reasons and it seems we are yet to see the end of it.
It all started with manager Jose Mourinho, fuming against the club’s board, headed by Ed Woodward for not meeting his request for defensive signings.
Two weeks into the young season, the Jose Mourinho boys failed to turn up for the party and were made to suffer two consecutive defeats before they later bounced back with the last win against Burnley.
The rift between France midfielder, Paul Pogba and the Portuguese manager took over the media space, a development that has unsettled the former Juventus player who is now rumoured to be seeking a move away from England.
All of these controversies are yet to be settled but a fresh one has now surfaced with reports of management of the Old Trafford receiving the sum £5 as charges from fans to keep their bags.
This is already becoming an issue at the club with fans sharing the opinion that enough has been paid for match tickets; hence their bags should not be a source of revenue for the club.
The club have insisted that they will not allow big bags into the stadium for security reasons but the fans are of the opinion that they could enjoy the service of helping to keep their bags for free.
United have been identified as a big and most importantly, a rich side that will not necessarily have to take such an amount from fans.
A financial services firm Deloitte, who published their most-recent Football Money League back in April, named Manchester United as the world’s richest football club for the second time in a row.
United’s revenue figures gained from £515.3 million to a whopping £581.2 million, which has made the club capable of doing huge transfer deals.