United’s Trophy Tour, delivered by DHL, made a third stop in the USA on Tuesday as Bryan Robson took the Barclays Premier League trophy to Chicago.
As was the case in Los Angeles and San Francisco, hundreds of fans queued up at Chicago’s Water Tower Place, with 14-year-old Ryan Jans getting out of his wheelchair to have his photo taken with Robson and the silverware.
Meanwhile, Bhoumesh Patel travelled 800 miles from New Jersey to attend the event, which featured a mini museum of Reds memorabilia. He declared: "This is the greatest day of my life."
Robson also posed for photos with the trophy and supporters at the city’s famous River Bridge, while the party also enjoyed a meet and greet at Soccer House, the headquarters of US football.
Click the image above to see a gallery of photos from Chicago. The final city on the US leg of the Trophy Tour is in New York City on Friday.