Manchester United set to add players’ yoga suite at Carrington – Man United News And Transfer News


Manchester United will continue to improve its training ground with the addition of new wellness suites.

The club is in the process of updating its Carrington training complex, and the new facility includes a yoga suite.

According to The Sun, this follows former star Cristiano Ronaldo’s scathing criticism of the club’s comfort.

United are said to be investing millions in improving their training base after the facility fell behind rivals.

Former Red Devil Ronaldo criticized the club and its owner in a shocking interview with Piers Morgan late last year.

And now those in power seem determined to ensure that improvements are made in Carrington.

United responded to the attack by complementing work that has been ongoing since last year.

Ronaldo says little has changed since he left the club in 2009, saying there was “zero progress”.

“Since Sir Alex left, I haven’t seen any evolution at the club,” the Portuguese said in an interview with Morgan in November.

“Nothing had changed. He [Ferguson] I know better than anyone that the club is not going the way it should. he knows Everyone knows him,” continued the Portuguese captain.

“People who don’t see it…because they don’t want to see it. They’re blind,” said the Al-Nasr striker, who refused to hold back his farewell shot for the Manchester side.

But since the 38-year-old left his old Trafford squad for the second time, Eric ten Haag has seen his side look stronger and fitter.

United continue to strengthen and improve, with the team currently sitting third in the Premier League.

Ten Hag has seen his men become the only team still in four competitions in Europe.

Ronaldo also points out that United are not up to par with their closest rivals, but Reds fans are looking forward to the Carabao Cup final against Newcastle.

With a real chance of winning silverware for the first time since 2017, fans will be delighted to know that the club is maintaining the high standards to which it has become accustomed.