Top 4 reasons to see Man Utd next season

Their most critical campaign since 1992?

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Two trophies and a Champions League return has to be classed as a good season by anyone’s standards — but Manchester United fans want more.

With a proven winner at the helm and the expectations of thousands worldwide, they’ll want to be back challenging on several fronts.

And if they prepare the way we’re expecting them to, Old Trafford is going to be buzzing next season.

That’s why we’re happy to be offering ticket and hotel breaks for every home game — some of the most sought-after in the football calendar.

Every one of those dedicated reds will enjoy one of the most compelling experiences in the Premier League — here’s why.

1. Money

We don’t know how much Man Utd are going to spend this summer, or who on — but we can expect big numbers and big names.

Some fan favourites may move on, some new heroes may arrive, some current stars may step up to secure a juicy new contract.

However it pans out, a club with the financial clout of Manchester United should be able to put on quite a show of strength.

2. Atmosphere

When you make your way to Old Trafford on match day — usually via a short tram ride from the city centre — you start to notice it.

The most successful club in Premier League history (and one of the most famous in the world) inspires a singular type of devotion.

Man Utd fan Daniel’s love of the Old Trafford Atmosphere

As 70,000 fans converge on Sir Matt Busby way — from two streets away or from China — you’re swept up in a swell of football passion.

From seasoned regulars to first-timers stocked with souvenirs from the Megastore, everyone generates a buzz that builds until kick-off.

3. Tradition

Premier League era successes are part of the reason for United’s enduring global popularity.

But outside the theatre of dreams you’ll learn more about the importance of the club’s heritage.

The ‘Holy Trinity’ statue, commemorates three club legends from the 1960’s, Bobby Charlton, Denis Law and George Best.

History is a huge part of what sells Old Trafford tickets, with the attendance of Sirs Charlton and Ferguson a near permanent reminder of this.

4. Bragging rights

Jose’s old club strolled to the title, a resurgent Liverpool pressed high up the pitch and City secured third place.

All three, plus Spurs at Wembley and an Arsenal without the distraction of the Champions League, will be out to best United next season.

But whether it’s in Manchester, the northwest or the Premier League, Manchester United fans are unaccustomed to underdog status.

To get back on top, keen support will be vital in bringing back a Old Trafford hallmark — never giving up before the final whistle.

Are you ready?

Some of the reasons to look forward to a great 2017/18 Premier League campaign aren’t down to you.

They’re reliant on the efforts of the owners, manager, coaching team and players.

But you can certainly contribute massively — Manchester United needs you now more than they have in a good few years.

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