MANCHESTER UNITED is spending millions to upgrade its Aon training ground – which is set to include a new games and music room.
The Red Devils have plans in place for a huge overhaul at their Carrington complex, which is in need of much-needed improvement.
Old Trafford chiefs last year filed planning permission for the new facilities, offices, gym and catering area, as well as overflow parking.
The United team give their thoughts on what’s included, with ideas and suggestions on the multi-million pound revamp.
And SunSport understands that new recreation rooms to relax are on the agenda for players and staff alike.
Upgrades will also see a quiet and chill zone, for their stars to unwind after morning sessions.
A wellness area for activities like yoga and reading is also provided to help them recover after games.
United are believed to have appointed Mags Mernagh as program manager for Carrington Development.
She was one of the main brains behind Leicester’s new £100million training ground, which has been a resounding success since Brendan Rodgers’ side started using it in December 2020.
The Red Devils already submitted a planning application last year for new floodlights and an all-seater stand at Carrington.
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The club also wants improved access paths, pitchside toilets, an electrical substation and new fencing along the east side of the training centre.
SunSport revealed last month how United are also fitting special ‘hoods’ to new floodlights to protect endangered bats.
Experts have been recruited to write a special report on nocturnal mammals, with recommended shields.