Tickets for Manchester United's home game against Juventus (and Cristiano Ronaldo) last month were going for £250 on the black market. For Tuesday's Champions League game against Young Boys, they are still on general sale.
There will be empty seats — a rare sight for a Champions League game at Old Trafford — though we're not talking vacant blocks like at Manchester City, who were derided for their 41,000 crowd in their Champions League opener against Lyon.
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