- Manchester United squad training in Marbella has been forced to change their hotel
- United are in Spain for their winter break ahead of Premier League clash with Chelsea
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his boys changed their hotel amid fear of deadly Coronavirus disease
Man United have been forced to change their hotel in Marbella amid fear of Coronavirus after it was learnt that Chinese club Dalian Yifang had stayed there days before.
The Premier League side travelled to Marbella, a resort area in southern Spain, for their winter break and was due to take their lodge at Westin La Quinta hotel.
However, the stay was truncated after being told that Dalian Yifang had used the place without the prior knowledge of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men.
United, who are enjoying their warm-weather training of the Premier League's winter break, were later forced to search for another hotel.
It would be recalled that since its outbreak, Coronavirus has claimed over 1,000 lives amid 40,000 confirmed cases in more than three Asian countries, with the highest toll coming from China.
Subsequently, all sports activities in China including the Chinese league have been suspended until further notice as the strange disease continues to spread faster.
The outbreak has also made Manchester United ban their new on-loan striker Odion Ighalo from joining the rest of the team in Spain amid heightening border restrictions.
Ighalo, who joined the Red Devils in a last-minute loan deal in January, will remain in England amid fears would be denied entry in the country over the Coronavirus alert.
The 30-year-old striker joined the Premier League outfits from the Chinese side Shanghai Greenland Shenhua.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Manchester United new striker Odion Ighalo has been reportedly banned from entering the Red Devils training ground over fears of coronavirus disease.
Virtually all the nations in the world are currently taking precautions against the deadly disease which emanated from China.
Odion Ighalo played in the Chinese League before Manchester United went for his signature and was signed for a six-month deal as a replacement for injured striker Marcus Rashford.