- Manchester United are planning to introduce gender neutral toilets
- They will be the first Premier League club to do this if successful
- United are currently occupying 10th position on the EPL table
Manchester United may not be having it rosy this season in all competitions but the Red Devils are planning to introduce gender neutral toilets this term at Old Trafford.
And should their plan be successful, then the club will become the first Premier League club to introduce the facility.
According to the report by UK Independent, the rationale behind this plan by Manchester United is that they want to make match-days more welcoming and inclusive for all the fans.
"It's something we are looking at as we are keen to ensure that Old Trafford continues to be welcoming and inclusive to all supporters; I will keep you posted regarding progress.
"Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion is important in everything that we do and we're constantly working with key stakeholders, including Stonewall, on such topics." United head of security explained according to Independent.
Manchester United have been sent out of the Carabao Cup, and they are presently occupying 10th on the Premier League standings with 10 points after seven games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United vice-chairman Ed Woodward is reportedly considering a move for Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino if Jose Mourinho gets sacked.
The Red Devils have struggled in all competitions since the start of the present season as they have gone four games at Old Trafford without a win.
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