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Manchester United will offer free travel to their Europa League game against Astana for fans affected by the collapse of Thomas Cook.

The travel company folded in September and several football clubs used Thomas Cook Sport for trips to European games.

Fans with proof of booking will be offered free travel by United, who have chartered an aeroplane to Kazakhstan for the game on 28 November.

The club said they were "investigating longer-term options" for future trips.

Other clubs who partnered Thomas Cook include Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea.

Manchester City, however, said they have sourced alternative suppliers and that none of their fans had been affected for upcoming Champions League trips to Atalanta and Zagreb.

Liverpool also said they used an alternative firm for away travel in Europe and they would ensure fans that had booked tickets for home games at Anfield would be issued with replacements.

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