Manchester United‘s trip to Brentford on Tuesday has been postponed due to COVID-19.
The Red Devils are reported to have recorded a ‘small number’ of positive coronavirus tests before Sunday morning’s training session, as the UK struggles to contain the Omicron variant.
The positive contingent are believed to have been sent home before training, but The Athletic claims that Ralf Rangnick could not lead a full session due to the situation.
The report claims that United only took part in individual, non-contact training, and Tuesday’s Premier League clash with Brentford has now been called off.
United are not the only side to have been hit with a COVID-19 outbreak, with Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Leicester City all dealing with similar situations in recent days
5 thoughts on “Man Utd clash against Brentford postponed after Covid outbreak”
Too bad as we can’t watch again at this moment
Wish them soon return
It disorganises de plan of our team
Man utd with win
It is too bad ,we were looking forward to watch the game.
Please it bad