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Liverpool cancel Champions League final tickets as fans caught trying to sell them

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Liverpool have cancelled the sale of the Champions League final tickets of 13 supporters after they were caught offering to sell them.The Reds, who are gearing up for their encounter with Real Madrid at the Stade de France on May 28, have threatened to put lifetime bans on anyone found doing the same and may even make it a police matter.

They have called on social media companies to clamp down on the reselling of tickets, according to The Telegraph.The club also claim that several of their fans had been ‘defrauded’ by ‘fake match ticket offers’, while there was uproar at the official allocation for the Champions League final as well as the cost of tickets in the first place.Liverpool were given less than a quarter of the available 75,000 tickets to sell to their fans, with the rest going to Madrid fans and neutrals.Consequently, some sites have been using this to their advantage, with supporters trying to cash in on their tickets with prices starting at £1,700.Liverpool said in a statement: “Liverpool FC will not stand idly by and watch people try to sell tickets they have been fortunate enough to get access to via the ballot.

All reports of ticket touting, or online ticket fraud, will be investigated in line with the LFC sanctions process.Do you think Liverpool have had a better season than Manchester City? Let us know in the comments section below"If a supporter has been found to have offered a ticket for sale online, this could result in a lifetime ban for that individual.

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