Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer has finally issued a reply to the supporters after previous week's protest at Out of date Trafford.
Supporters marched within their numbers to Out of date Trafford and the Lowry Resort, where the team were based on Sunday ahead of their Premier League tie with Liverpool.
The match was finally postponed after supporters got into Ancient Trafford and made their way on to the pitch.
The Manchester United Supporters' Trust (MUST) dispatched a open letter to the Glazer family to reform the club and asked the owners to engage with supporters, and the Glazer family issued a reply on Friday.
"I prefer to acknowledge the need for modification, with deeper consultation with you as our primary fan representative human body across a variety of important issues, like the competitions we play in," he said found in the statement, according to Sky Sports.
"We also recognise the value of fan and football interests being embedded in key decision-making operations at every level of the golf club, and we are open to constructive discussions about how to bolster that principle.
"We remain focused on working with the wider football community to help make the game more robust and more sustainable above the long-term, and we'll now refocus our initiatives on doing this within the existing structures of UEFA and the Premier League."
Joel Glazer also apologised for the club's involvement found in the proposed European Super Group.
The Manchester United Supporters' Trust (Have to) delivered a open letter to the Glazer family, and the Glazer family issued a response on Friday.
"I wish to acknowledge the necessity for transformation, with deeper discussion with you as our key fan representative body across a variety of important issues, like the competitions we play found in," he added.
"We also recognise the importance of fan and football interests being embedded found in key decision-making operations at every level of the golf club, and we happen to be available to constructive discussions how to bolster that principle.
"We remain focused on dealing with the wider football community to help make the game stronger and more sustainable above the long-term, and we will now refocus our work on doing this within the existing structures of UEFA and the Premier Group."
"Our priority is, and will continually be, competing for the main trophies, playing entertaining soccer with a team comprised of top-quality recruits plus some of the world's finest homegrown talent. Under Ole, we come to feel we are definitely on the right course.
"Success on the discipline must be underpinned by stable foundations off it. We've supported sustained investment in the staff over many years, and that will continue this summer.
"We recognise that people will need to drastically increase investment in Classic Trafford and our training complex to make certain that the club's features remain one of the better in Europe. Within this, we will seek advice from with fans on investments linked to the stadium and the matchday experience."