Inside Luxury Private Jet Man United Use for Champions League Trips
- Manchester United stars are living a life of luxury aboard their private plane anytime they travel for Champions League away matches
- Members of the squad were seen on a plane with each seat having its own big TV screen with enough legroom for the comfy seats
- The Red Devils have played two away matches in the Champions League this season, with their last trip to Atalanta ending in a 2-2 draw
Whether Manchester United stars are having the best time on the pitch or not, the Red Devils are definitely living a life of luxury on their private plane for the Champions League.
Ole Gunnar Sokskjaer had Cristiano Ronaldo to thank once again after the Portuguese scored twice to ensure they force Atalanta to a 2-2 draw in Italy.
The Serie A side dominated the entire encounter and were coasting home with all three points of the game before CR7 struck with about the last kick of the game to steal a point for the visitors.
United are currently having a torrid season particularly following their 5-0 loss to arch-rivals Liverpool last week.
Even though they may be struggling on the pitch, the Premier League club are living the high life off it.
SunSport are reporting that the team get a luxury trip on their own private plane for their Champions League away matches.
They have been pooled in Group F along with Villarreal (Spain), Atalanta (Italy) and Young Boys (Switzerland).
It is believed that the players would even prefer longer trips following their exclusive transportation trips when they are away from home, AsiaTravelTips reports.
The luxurious Aeroflot plane boasts incredible features, with each seat fitted with its own massive flat screen TV as well as a side-table.
Some of the superstars were pictured inside the luxury plane on their way out to Bergamo for the Atalanta game.
Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani and Nemanja Matic all posed for selfies on the glitzy aeroplane, along with Brazilian pals Fred and Alex Telles.
Man United's UCL form
Meanwhile, the Red Devils are sitting top of Group F with seven points after four rounds of matches.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's charges have picked just two points from two of their away matches, with one ending in a 2-1 defeat at Young Boys.
Their next continental assignment will be a trip to Spain where they are scheduled to take on La Liga side Villarreal.