Manchester United’s trip to Real Sociedad in the Europa League has been changed to a neutral court in Turin, Italy.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ‘s care team is supposed to head to San Sebastian for the 32-round clash mid-week.
However, it was transferred from Anoeta to the Allianz Stadium, Juventus, following the Spanish Government’s restrictions on tourists from the United Kingdom in connection with the transmission of the COVID-19 mutation.
The kick-off of the match is maintained while the reciprocal match at Old Trafford, February 26, will continue as planned.
Both matches will take place indoors.
“UEFA (European Football Association) would like to thank Real Sociedad and Manchester United for their close cooperation and assistance in finding a way out of this problem, as well as the Italian Football Federation and Juventus for their support and agreement to host the match. this, “according to a statement issued by the European football governing body.
Similar rules in Germany resulted in the Champions League (UCL) match involving Manchester City and Liverpool in the 16th round against Borussia Monchengladbach and RB Leipzig also moved to Budapest.