- Manchester United are currently in Spain for warm-up training during winter break
- The Red Devils battle Chelsea in their next Premier League outing as race to finish top four hots up
- Here is the inside look of £2,000-a-night Kempinski Hotel United stars are currently staying on their short trip to Spain
Manchester United players are currently in Spain as they enjoy a warm-weather training during the Premier League winter break.
The week-long training session is expected to prepare United for their Monday, February 17, crunch clash against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Mirror UK reports the Red Devils will board at the luxurious Kempinski Hotel based in Estepona near Marbella.
The facility boasts of exquisite suites with a 180-degree view overlooking the breathtaking Mediterranean Sea.
Each of the suites has a separate living room and bedroom, walk-in wardrobes and can comfortably accommodate up to four people.
During their stay, United players will have access to the hotel's incredible amenities, including swimming pools, fitness studio and a spa which features a sauna, steam room, and treatment rooms.
The £2,000-a-night hotel also has plenty of golf courses that Man United players can play as they enjoy downtime from training.
For their meals, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's wards will have varieties to pick from, including a range of Mediterranean cuisine.
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Meanwhile, it is expected the Spain trip will help United stars regain fitness after a hectic campaign as they push for Champions League qualification.
The side currently sits eighth on the log with 35 points, six off a top-four finish.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United have been handed a huge boost ahead of their Premier League clash against Chelsea next weekend.
The Red Devils have been recked with series of injuries with Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba out of the crunch clash.
Both teams need maximum points in the game to advance their course to finish top four at the end of the season.
In the other news, Ole Gunner Solskjaer could be shown the exit doors if his side's results across competitions remain the same at the end of this season.
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