Several Manchester United fans were reportedly injured last night following an attack by locals in Poland ahead of the Europa League Final.
The Red Devils are in Gdansk to take on Villarreal this evening as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to land his first piece of silverware as manager.
However, three supporters suffered minor injuries after they were attacked in a bar yesterday.
A United statement confirmed: “Club staff were assisting a number of United fans in Gdansk last night and today after an incident where some of our supporters were attacked outside a bar in the city.”
Roughly 2,000 United fans are travelling to Gdansk for the clash against the Spanish side.
Fights reportedly broke out in the city centre on Tuesday evening.
The trouble occurred outside a bar in the Polish city as chairs were smashed while bottles and glasses were also thrown.
They left both tables and chairs overturned.
That shows United fans singing and enjoying their first away trip since early in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
United received a ticket allocation of 2,000 tickets from Uefa for the Europa League Final.
Although some are already there, around 1,000 fans are due to arrive in Gdansk today.
The now Derby County boss shared a snap of him and his son on-board a plane this morning and captioned it with: “Next stop, Poland.”
Rooney’s last game for United was to help them win the 2017 Europa League against Ajax.