Manchester United has contacted fans asking that they stay away from the stadiums while games are played behind closed doors to help keep everyone safe.
This week, after a unanimous vote in a Premier League meeting on Monday, gave the go-ahead for small group training sessions to resume, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘s squad would return to the Carrington training base at college.
In the expectation that the Premier League will resume sometime in June, the squad will have a staggered return to training over the next few weeks. A date for the league’s restart has yet to be decided but it is generally understood that games should be played behind closed doors due to Covid-19 ‘s risks.
There were concerns that supporters would gather outside the empty grounds on matchday and initially it was proposed that fixtures be held in neutral venues to mitigate the possibility. That idea has since been discarded but there is still some concern about the potential for gathering crowds.
United had four Premier League home games left in the current campaign and announced to season ticket holders that the fee for those fixtures will be refunded.
Supporters who have yet to renew their tickets for next season will have their season ticket removed for the next campaign, while fans who had already paid for next season will have a refund
For the Europa League Clash, match tickets will be refunded for the LASK once the club has received confirmation from UEFA on what will happen to the clash.