Manchester United CEO Richard Arnold met a dissatisfied fan at the pub to address concerns about the club’s future.
Proponents were planning a protest outside Arnold’s house as concerns about ownership of the Glazer family continued.
Earlier this year, Ed Woodward’s successor, Arnold, bought drinks for the group and discussed a variety of topics, including the owner, United’s Barcelona midfielder, and the pursuit of Frenkie de Jong.
Arnold reportedly said that money was “not a consideration” in the club’s summer recruitment activities when asked about a transfer plan under the new boss Erik Ten Hag.
A Manchester United spokesman said:
“He goes to see them, buys drinks for them all, listens to them, succeeds on the pitch, improves the stadium, and what the club does to enhance engagement with fans. I explained if you were there. “
United endured the worst Premier League campaign in terms of points, winning only 16 in 38 games and finishing 6th with a total of 58.
The overwhelming season was backed by ongoing protests against Glazers.
Following the appointment of the Dutchman Tenhug, a new era is set to begin in Old Trafford. The former Ajax boss has replaced Ralf Rangnick, the interim manager who took over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who was dismissed in November.
Germany’s Rangnick was initially scheduled to remain a 20-time British champion in the role of consultant before the plan was abolished last month.