Manchester United are set to freeze their ticket prices for the 2016/17 season in response to recent protests.
Liverpool fans have recently been enraged by news the club have raised prices for next term, staging a mass walkout at Anfield.
Supporters are planning walkouts across the Premier League, in coordination from the Football Supporters Federation.
Last month United announced season tickets for next year would remain the same price for the fifth consecutive year, and according to the Daily Mail, match tickets will also be unchanged.
That would mean the most expensive ticket remains £53, while the cheapest seat for a child will be £13.
The news will offer an element of encouragement to the FSF, although the majority of prices will still far exceed the wish of the Twenty’s Plenty campaign.
Last week clubs refused to commit to a £30 cap on away tickets at the Premier League shareholders’ meeting.
United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Tottenham and West Ham all opposed the proposal.