KIDS have been denied the opportunity to bag signatures from their Manchester United heroes outside the club’s Carrington training ground.
A large sign has been erected warning fans that players are no longer permitted to stop their vehicles on the road towards the back gate of the complex.
A new sign has been erected outside United’s Carrington training complexEamonn and James ClarkeThe spot was popular for children hoping to bag signatures form their heroesEamonn and James ClarkeThe spot used to be popular with youngsters who would reach out with pens and a autograph book.
It reads: “Players are not permitted to stop and sign autographs due to danger on the road. No congregating.”
Only yesterday Alexis Sanchez stopped to give local United supporters Fin, 7, and Ollie, 5, his time to take pictures while they waited in the rain.
But the new sign meant there was no excited fans waiting this morning.
United’s first-team stars arrived for training in their flash cars including Nemanja Matic who drove his Ferrari.
Chilean international Sanchez also arrived despite strong rumours that he could be sold before the European transfer deadline at the end of the month.
Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eager to offload his £505,000-a-week wages but it’s not proving easy.
SunSport exclusively revealed how Sanchez has stalled over a loan move to Roma for the season.
We also claimed that Sanchez faces being banished from the first-team squad should he stay.
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Solskjaer is ready to give Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood more starts this campaign.
Loaning Sanchez, who has a hamstring issue, to Roma, with the Serie A club paying a chunk of his wages, looked like an option when they showed interest.
But they are now looking at Chelsea’s Michy Batshuayi as they fear a deal for Sanchez will not be possible.
Chief exec Ed Woodward even turned up training to cast a watchful on the first-teamersEamonn and James ClarkePlayers would have seen the sign as they arrived this morning to trainingEamonn and James ClarkeLocal United fans, Fin, 7, and Ollie, 5, met their heroes just yesterdayNemanja Matic turned up to training in his red FerrariEamonn and James ClarkeOle Gunnar Solskjaer’s side face a tough test away at Wolves on Monday nightEamonn and James ClarkeMarcus Rashford scored twice in United’s opening win of the campaignEamonn and James Clarke
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