Manchester United’s Europa League tie against Real Sociedad is set to be played at a neutral venue after the Spanish Government decided to restrict incoming arrivals from the United Kingdom.
The Red Devils are scheduled to play Real Sociedad on February 18, however, according to Mundo Deportivo our plans are set to be disrupted after it has been claimed the tie will be played outside of Spain.
We still don’t know where the fixture has been moved to, but the two teams are supposed to face off in just 12-days.
UEFA will have to find a solution quick and we’ll be on the beat for updates.
The Europa League isn’t where Manchester United want to be, but after failing to qualify for the Champions League knockouts they’ve got to settle for the second-rate competition.
Solskjaer will know he needs a trophy at some point and the Europa League could still be a good avenue to go down. Last season we were knocked out of the semi-finals by Sevilla, who went on to win the competition outright against Inter Milan in the final.