Manchester United appear to be doing all they can to improve the Old Trafford spectacle ahead of the Premier League’s return.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Reds restart away to Tottenham Hotspur on Friday evening, but play their first home game against fellow Champions League hopefuls Sheffield United next Wednesday.
And the Theatre of Dreams will be looking very different to what we usually see on a packed-out match day.
As reported by the Evening Standard, United will have a mosaic of over 40,000 fans covering the empty seats in the stadium.
This comes after the club gave supporters the opportunity to send in photos of themselves for the mosaic via their app.
But as well as the mosaic, which hopes to create an illusion of some kind of atmosphere within the ground, the club will have the rest of the stadium dressed in banners.
These are set to include a ‘United against racism’ message, the club badge and colours, and messages from workers fighting coronavirus on the front-line.
We can’t wait to see the Reds return to action at Old Trafford, but the focus will currently be firmly fixed on beating Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham as Solskjaer looks to reignite the momentum his side were enjoying before the enforced break.