Man United have made a new transfer decision as reports that they will no longer release any player under the age of 19 as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Football is just returning after many weeks of a compulsory break as a result of the virus that ravaged the world and there is a need to keep safe and avoid close contact.
This development has affected a number of football clubs and their finances which makes investments in young players almost impossible for now as clubs are only looking forward to bouncing back.
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In a way to help young players who are out of contract at the Old Trafford, Sports Journalist, Simon Peach says Man United have considered the situation of the players and the effect it will have on their bid to secure new deals elsewhere.
According to him, those whose contract has ended at the Old Trafford have been asked to return to train with the club with financial support being given to a number of them.
“MUFC have decided against releasing any player under age 19 due to coronavirus circumstances and are also helping those young pros leaving. Financial packages have been offered to a number of the players to help them until the end of August + they have been invited back to train” Simon Peach tweeted.