Manchester United’s players have been banned from stopping to sign autographs at one entry point to the Carrington training facility due to safety concerns.
As reported by the Telegraph, a sign has now been put up telling fans that players are now longer permitted to stop because it could cause danger on the road.
Many supporters congregate, between Sunderland Lane and Birch Road near the training ground, in the hunt for autographs from their favourite players.
But the club have now considered the risks of large crowds waiting roadside and have barred players from stopping
It may seem an excessive move to stop fans attempting to getting autographs at this location, but there will be large groups of children during the summer holidays looking to get a glimpse of their United heroes, which can be dangerous.
However, fans can still gather to meet the players near the training ground on Isherwood Road.
Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are preparing for Monday night’s tough fixture against Wolves at Molineux.
Solskjaer has lost on both occasions away to Wolves as manager but will hope to continue his side’s momentum after their crushing victory over Chelsea in the opening game.