The Red Devils were forced to abandon a match with Stoke at their Carrington training centre
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Manchester United had a scare at their Carrington training ground on Tuesday as a friendly was cancelled at the last minute after Stoke City manager Michael O’Neill tested positive for coronavirus.
The two clubs had arranged a behind-closed-doors friendly at United’s training base as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side step up preparations ahead of the return of the Premier League, beginning with a visit to Tottenham on June 19.
Players from both teams were spotted arriving at United’s training base only for the Stoke players to leave shortly after, before a ball was kicked.