Manchester United have carried out a restaurant-style makeover of the players’ canteen at their Carrington training HQ. Jose Mourinho may have been thwarted in the recent transfer window but that hasn’t stopped the Red Devils’ board from splashing out on a number of improvements during the summer months.
It’s understood United felt the eating facilities at training could do with an upgrade and decided to give them a bistro-like feel with expensive new crockery and much closer tables, so the squad are able to interact easier.
Alongside that, a new menu has been introduced by the United staff which now includes a cheeses and meats section, along with new nutritional twists on favourites such as fillet steak and chilli.
United forwards such as Alexis Sanchez and Marcus Rashford are suitably impressed also by the changing rooms at both Carrington and Old Trafford being totally redesigned to give it a modern take, further underlining the club’s firm commitment to spend big on infrastructure not generally seen by the public.
The Manchester giants have spent the close part of £50m during the last decade to ensure their in-house facilities remain some of the very best in the game.