MANCHESTER UNITED supporters have been given the green light to travel to next week’s clash away to Young Boys in Switzerland.
Fears were rising that the Red Devils would not have any backing at the Stade de Suisse in Bern as they kick off their Champions League campaign.
That was after Young Boys refused to allocate tickets based on local laws which state NHS passes are not proof of vaccination.
However, The Athletic now claim a ‘late compromise’ has been found over the Covid-19 regulations.
United officials have ‘negotiated a reprieve’ that now allows fans to attend as long as they take a test at an approved site next to the stadium.
And after a negative result, a Swiss certification will then be issued to those persons.
United will now have an 1,800 ticket allocation for the game on Tuesday.
Fans heading to Switzerland will be able to go to the testing centre from midday on Monday until 8pm.
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And it will be open again on matchday from midday until 4pm.
The testing will cost individuals between £50 and £60 and will take approximately two hours.
United fans will need to present their ticket to enter the stadium along with a passport and valid Swiss Covid-19 certificate.
It comes a day after Uefa announced that away team fans would be able to travel to games next week.
But that would only be allowed if the home side’s local health and government rules permitted visitors.
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