Manchester United unveil new-look dressing room ahead of Leicester’s visit

Manchester United have released pictures of a new-look dressing room ahead of their Premier League opener against Leicester City on Friday evening.

The Red Devils – who finished second behind rivals Manchester City last season – will enjoy a new state-of-the-art dressing room in what looks like something from the future.

A video released on the club’s Twitter page, shows a dynamic setting with three  injury tables in the centre above the United logo with the players’ leather seats surrounding them.

Visually it looks very dramatic with red lighting all around the outer edges beneath the seats of the players.

Behind the seats, each player looks to have there only personal draw to keep their belongings while they are out performing on the pitch.

The seats all face towards a television up on the wall next to a match board where Jose Mourinho will no doubt be dishing out his tactics and formation as he seeks to get the season off to a winning start.

Jose Mourinho was left disappointed after United failed to bring in a new signing before the transfer window closed.

They launched a late £18million bid for Atletico Madrid’s Diego Godin, but the Uruguay defender agreed a new contract in Spain.

Mourinho had warned that United face difficulties if they did not sign at least one more player after spending £75million on Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant this summer.

Their next Premier League encounter of the season after Leicester will come against Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday August 19.

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