MANCHESTER UNITED fans are being forced to pay up to £10,000 for tickets to the Europa League final in Stockholm.
As the Premier League side were given an allocation of fewer than 10,000 tickets for the game at the Friends Arena, prices have skyrocketed.
United received just 9,950 tickets for the game in Sweden at the 48,000-seater stadium.
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Earlier this week, the Manchester United Supporters’ Trust (MUST) were outraged at the allocation, describing it as “an absolute disgrace”.
However, the number of tickets is reportedly similar to Ajax – with a further 17,000 tickets being dished out to the general public.
The remaining seats will go to commercial partners and football associations.
Now tickets which cost £38 in the public sale are being flogged online for upwards of £757, according to The Times.
Meanwhile, VIP hospitality tickets - worth £754 - are selling online for £9,220.16.
With Manchester United boasting upwards of 55,000 season ticket holders and just 9,950 tickets to fight for, some may be tempted to part with the incredible sums to see the game in Sweden.
United will take on Dutch giants Ajax on May 24 - after they battled past Ligue 1 side Lyon 5-4 on aggregate.
Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho's men edged past Celta Vigo 2-1 on aggregate.