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MANCHESTER UNITED WILL TRANSFORM OUTDATED TRAINING HQ INTO 'WORLD-CLASS' FACILITY




Manchester United is set to invest £50 million ($64 million) in redeveloping their Carrington training headquarters. The updates aim to transform the facility into a "world-class" space. The redevelopment will be managed by British architects Foster + Partners. The project includes refurbishing all areas of the building to ensure it supports future success, according to a statement from the club.

This decision follows a review that revealed Carrington's standards had fallen behind those of competitors. Recently, the club opened a state-of-the-art building for women and academy players."We want to create a world-class environment for our teams to win," said United co-owner Jim Ratcliffe.

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