Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has broken his silence on the supporters entering the club's training ground to protest against the owners.
United were among 12 European sides who announced the forming of a new breakaway European Super League to rival the current UEFA Champions League.
The announcement did not go down well with the supporters and pundits in Europe, which resulted in the six clubs pulling out earlier this week.
On Thursday, a group of United supporters made their way to Carrington to make their feelings known about the Glazer family and met with Solskjaer.
“I will always listen to the fans, and I thought it was the only right thing to do, to go and listen to them and speak to them and have a nice discussion with them, a peaceful discussion.
“It's important that we respect each other and respect each other's views.
"I said a few things about what I think the team will do in the future and what we spoke about, we don't really need to discuss that."
Below is a reminder of which 12 teams were initially set to participate in the league!