The Uefa Europa League will return this week as English side Manchester United will be taking a trip to Austria to take on LASK on Thursday.
However, there is a little set back as report disclosed that match will be played behind closed doors as the government moves to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
Manchester United is the latest club in Europe, whose match will be affected by coronavirus.
Manchester United will hope to win when they visit Austria on Thursday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men will however have no supporter to cheer them on in their pursuit of glory likewise the home team as the gates will be locked[tps_start_button label=”Start slideshow” style=”” class=””]
A statement released by Manchester United read:
“Following guidance from the Austrain government, we have been informed by UEFA and LASK that the Europa League game on Thursday will be played behind closed doors.
“LASK will now cancel tickets that had been issued to Manchester United. We will automatically issue refunds on behalf of LASK to our fans who have purchased tickets.”