Man Utd struggling to sell tickets for crucial CL fixture

Joe Williams

Manchester United are struggling to sell all their tickets for their Champions League clash against Young Boys at Old Trafford on Tuesday, according to ESPN.

A dramatic 2-1 victory late on in Turin against Juventus in the last matchday means they can qualify from Group H if they beat the Swiss side.

The Red Devils have failed to score in their two home Champions League fixtures so far this season, drawing 0-0 against Valencia, while they lost 1-0 to Juventus.

Tickets are now on general sale for between £45 and £58 but United are having little trouble selling out for their domestic matches this term.

The fans watched a 0-0 stalemate at the weekend as Crystal Palace held the toothless Red Devils at the ‘Theatre of Dreams’.

Their three home matches in the Premier League in December are already sold out against Arsenal, Fulham and Huddersfield.

United have a capacity of over 74,000 for home matches and is the second biggest ground currently being used in the Premier League, after Wembley.