Manchester United will aim to continue their good domestic form in order to keep up with the pace of the favorites. United currently sit joint top with both Chelsea and Liverpool on 13 points from 5 games. The three teams are the only unbeaten sides in the league this season.
After narrowly beating a hapless West Ham side at the Olympic Stadium, United have fans have been given good news about plans to make massive improvements on their training ground in a bid to improve the team.
The news was shared by United in their official website that they have submitted offers to make improvements on their Carrington training Facilities in a bid to make the facility one of the best in the world as well as make it inclusive for the men women and youth teams.
The Glazers have decided to invest in the club after years of neglect and pressure from the fans to do so. Now it seems like they have heard the fans cries and will aim to make changes to the training Facilities.
New floodlights will be installed to make it easy to train even at night. A new stand will be set up as well as an analyzing room where players performances will be scrutinized. The gym and changing area as well as the parking area will be revamped to make it easy for players to access the facility.
Will these changes bring success to United?
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