Psst… want to get into Old Trafford tonight to see the big match, well it'll cost you 1,000 each
10:31 GMT, 5 March 2013
12:18 GMT, 5 March 2013
It is the match 'the world will stop' to watch, according to Jose Mourinho.
And it seems some fans are prepared to pay 'silly money' to watch Manchester United take on Real Madrid tonight.
Although official ticket exchange sites such as viagogo.com are showing no availability, other websites like ticket4football.com have set prices of up to 1,000 each for premium seats for tonight's clash between Manchester United and Real Madrid at Old Trafford.
Some fans have offered to sell spare tickets for up to 750 to watch the latest showdown between Sir Alex Ferguson and Jose Mourinho, who marked his first visit to Old Trafford with a Champions League victory for Porto and a memorable celebratory dash down the touchline.
Main event: More than 75,000 fans will pack into Old Trafford tonight for Champions League clash
And the price is expected to go up as fans descend on Old Trafford for the match.
One ticket agent based near the ground, who asked not to be named, said: 'Tickets are going for silly
money, thousands in fact.'
Sportsmail has learned that Madrid fans wanting to see the Special One repeat that feat tonight after the 1-1 draw in the first leg can also expect to pay 800 on the black market.
And that is before the crowds start to gather on Sir Matt Busby Way and ticketless fans try their luck with touts as kick-off approaches.
Although Manchester Police have managed a number of successful convictions for ticket touting operations at United home games in recent years, illegal touts are still expected to flood the streets around the stadium tonight.
Supply and demand: Tickets for big games are being sold for more than 1,000
One New York Times reporter claimed he saw an exchange yesterday in which touts were charging 500 to 600 for seats for a game which is supposed to be a sell-out.
That was after the press conference at Old Trafford in which Madrid boss Mourinho said 'the world would stop' to watch the encounter between two of the biggest teams on the planet.
And Ferguson added: 'As European nights go you don't get much bigger. We're talking about two clubs with great history. It's set up to be potentially a marvellous game and I don't think it will disappoint either.'
And at 1,000 quid a ticket, it better not.