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Manchester United set aside 11 million pounds for the renewal of Old Trafford

Press reports revealed the Manchester United management's plan to develop some aspects within the "Old Trafford" stadium, before the start of the new season 2021-2022. And the British newspaper “Daily Mail” reported that Manchester United officials decided to spend 11 million pounds in order to introduce some renovations at Old Trafford before the new season.

The newspaper added that the flood lights will be renovated at Old Trafford and the training ground, the changing rooms will be renovated, a digital entry system will be introduced to counter the Corona virus and the ticket system will be improved.

Manchester United finished last season 2020-2021 in the Premier League standings, and was included in the Champions League next season, while losing the European League title, after losing to Villarreal 10-11 on penalties in the final match, after a 1-1 draw in The original and additional time.

On the other hand, Manchester United fears that Marcus Rashford, the team's striker, will miss the start of the next season of the English Premier League, as he will undergo surgery.

The new Premier League season is set to start on August 14, which will provide limited time for Rashford to return to full fitness after surgery.

And the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”, said that the striker suffered from pain in the foot and shoulder injuries for most of the domestic season, but he will not undergo surgery until after he finishes representing England in the European Championship 2020.

The newspaper added, that the player will undergo surgery to treat at least one of the injuries and most likely his foot, and Rashford made 57 appearances for United during the season and now faces another intense schedule with England.

The 23-year-old hopes to play a prominent role for Gareth Southgate's side during the tournament and has ruled out any suggestion of losing the tournament, and if England reach the Euro 2020 final, it will be on July 11.

This will be Rashford's third major tournament as an England player and he will be looking for his first goal in major international events.