Sevilla respond to Man United ticket increase with crazy action of their own

Petty?

Sevilla have responded to Manchester United after the Red Devils slammed the club for increased ticket prices, equalling those prices for the return leg.

It was revealed that the Spanish club would be charging Man United fans £89 per ticket with the club reacting furiously.

The Old Trafford side then attempted to get those tickets reduced with internal talks with Sevilla but the side were refusing to play ball.

Now, it was revealed on Wednesday that Man United will raise their prices for the return leg at Old Trafford to £89 to teach them a lesson.

They also announced that they would use the extra money they receive from tickets to subsidise their fans £35 off their £89 tickets at Sevilla.

The club claimed that this should be a ‘deterrent’ to future clubs who would be looking to increase their ticket prices to such an extreme.

Now, Sevilla have responded by doing something similar to Man United as the battle continues.

Subsidise

Sevilla have announced that instead of reducing prices for Man United fans to a reasonable level, they will subsidise their own fans for the trip to Old Trafford.

Due to the new Man United price of £89, the club will subsidise their fans for equal of what Jose Mourinho’s will, £35.

Sevilla will also report the Red Devils for failing to offer up the requisite five percent of the stadium capacity to visiting fans.

After that, they say they will be in touch with UEFA over Manchester United’s increase of ticket prices.

Safe to say, we might not have heard the end of this spat.

Romelu Lukaku ready to take legal action against Everton

On the same day, it has also been revealed that Romelu Lukaku is readying legal action against Everton.

This comes after some crazy comments from majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri.

Now, the club could be in some serious trouble.

Click here to find out what he said.