Due to the cold weather, Manchester United’s scheduled flight to Newcastle on Saturday has been cancelled.
Instead, the Red Devils’ team will be traveling by train, which will take approximately three hours for them to reach their destination.
This journey comes after their recent 3-3 draw with Galatasaray.
The players had originally planned to drop off their cars at Manchester Airport at 10am, but were informed that they would need to drive to the North East instead.
The temperature in Manchester dropped below -5 degrees Celsius overnight, and the Met Office issued a yellow warning for snow and ice on Saturday morning.
As a result of the freezing temperatures, nine football matches in the Scottish leagues have been postponed.
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