Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke with a group of fans who took their protests against the Glazers to the training ground on Thursday.
The Old Trafford giants have been owned by American families since they completed the controversial takeover of the club in 2005.
Their reputation has managed to fall to a new lowest level in recent days after attempts to launch the European Super League, and United vice-president Joel Glazer has been named vice-president of the ripped competition.
But the proposed league unfolded quickly and spectacularly. United have announced that executive vice president Ed Woodward will be gone by the end of the year, and Glazer admitted in an open letter to fans that we were “wrong”.
But the rage understandably remains and a group of about 20 fans protested against the owner at the club’s Carrington training base on Thursday.
United said in a statement: “At approximately 9 am, the group gained access to the club’s training ground.
“The manager and others talked to them. The buildings were safe and the group has now left the site. “
The Red Issue Twitter account displayed a picture of fans on the training ground with the caption “Glazers Out” and another saying “51% MUFC 20” in relation to the ownership model widely used in Germany.
In another picture, protesters are shown holding a banner in front of the entrance to the main building for the polygon with the inscription “we decide when you play”.
Solskjaer should speak publicly about the Super League for the first time at its next press conference on Friday.