With fans breaking into Old Trafford to protest against Manchester United's owners on the weekend, what the Glazer family's stance on the situation is has reportedly been revealed.
Click through the gallery above to see those angry protestors at Old Trafford!
Furious supporters caused unprecedented disruption on Sunday evening when they entered the famous Old Trafford to demonstrate against the Glazer family.
The match between United and Liverpool that was scheduled to take place was forcibly postponed due to the protests, with fans of the club desperate for the American owners to sell their stake.
According to the Metro, the action being taken is due to the family having purchased the club and immediately putting it into debt, and due to the Glazers having reportedly taken more money out of United than they have put in.
Who are the wealthiest owners in the Premier League? Find out below!
Supporters believe the owners have not invested as much money as they should have in transfers, the stadium and other potential projects.
It is now claimed, however, that Joel and Avram Glazer have no interest in selling the club despite what happened on Sunday, as they believe they can double what the organisation is worth in the coming years.
United is believed to be currently valued between £3.7 billion (R74 billion) to £4 billion (R80 billion), and the Glazers are seemingly confident that number will rise to about £7.2 billion (R144 billion) in the near future.
Take our Champions League quiz a stand a chance to win a shirt signed by Cesc Fabregas!