Manchester United and Villarreal teams and supporters have touched down in Gdansk,the Polish city ahead of tonight’s Europa League final.
Both sets of fans drenched in their club’s colours smiled and posed for pictures as they left their planes and made their way to the arrivals lounge at Gdansk airport on Wednesday morning.
Villarreal fans were equally in high spirits, with tonight’s game not only providing them with the chance of winning their first piece of European silverware in their first ever major European final, but will also Champions League football next season if they manage a win over Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
After making thei 10-mile journey into the city centre, United fans congregated outside the hotel where the United players were staying, where they waved off Solskjaer and Co ahead of the final.
The Norwegian boss acknowledged the United contingent with a wave as he boarded the team coach, which set off for the stadium shortly after.
United fans waved their red, black and white scarves on the tarmac after leaving the airbus while others continued to show opposition against the Glazer family, proudly showing off their green and gold ‘Glazer Out’ scarves outside the airport terminal.