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Manchester United fans smile as the future of Old Trafford is defined

Manchester United new owners are listening to the fans more than ever.

By Angus Barnes

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The red devils is now looking to make some changes but not only to the team, but the fact is that they are ready to include the stadium as well.

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Manchester United new office is ready to go ahead and make some changes to the team that would aim for the red devils to get back to the top as one of the best teams in the world, and the fact is that right now the fans of the team would have a really important role when it comes to the decisions that would affect the team in the future.

Most of the sources have now been able to go ahead and confirm that right now the main idea would be to go ahead and build a new stadium, and most of the sources also believe that the new stadium would be located right next to Old Trafford, but there could still be some changes made that would affect the future of the team in the next few months now.

Now it has also been confirmed that the INEOS office is ready to go ahead and make sure that every single decisions includes the fans of the team, and in fact it has been confirmed that right now there would be a survey that would help decide the actual final decision for the future of Old Trafford right now.

The main reason is that in the last days there have been several fans that are asking for the new owners to respect the history of Old Trafford and the importance of the stadium for the team, and this could be the reason why they might change their decision if enough fans make sure that they are being heard to keep Old Trafford as the stadium of the team now.

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Old Trafford value

The main reason why the red devils are now looking to build a new stadium is for the reason that Old Trafford and to rebuild it would cost around 800 million euros and a brand new stadium would cost 2 billion euros with help from the several sponsors.

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