PREMIER - Manchester United announce redevelopment for Carrington
Manchester United long-time fans have grumbled about how neglected Old Trafford has become over the years, and horrific stories have also emerged from the Women's team.
Collette Roche, the club's Chief Operating Officer, remarked on the club's official website:
“Longer term, we are looking at fuller redevelopment plans for Carrington to ensure it will be a state-of-the-art, fully integrated facility for our men’s, women’s and academy groups.
“In the meantime, our team have been working exceptionally hard over the summer and into this season on these improvements.
“Part of the challenge for us is to create an inclusive place for everyone who works and trains at Carrington, while making sure that it is a COVID-secure environment.
“We also want to make the site more accessible for those who may need to use a wheelchair or have disabilities. The new stand and access pathways are important parts of that.
“Significant, game-changing investment will be made into our training facilities to take Carrington to the next level once again.”