Manchester United preparations for tonight’s crisis against Everton Disrupted after fire engines called to Lowry Hotel.
The united The team’s coaches arrived shortly before 1pm with all the players disembarking and entering the regular team hotel.
Mirror Sport realizes that after just a minute, two fire engines raced around the corner and stopped outside the hotel.
The firefighters got in the trucks with their full gear and got into the hotel, but it looked like it was just a false alarm.
Moments later, the firefighters returned to their trucks and everything looked fine.
Unconfirmed reports indicate that the false alarm may have come from the kitchen.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was among those who arrived at the Lowry Hotel with the guys.
Bruno Fernandez, Nemanja Matic and Harry Maguire are all checked in to the five-star hotel.
It’s less than perfect preparation for Manchester United who face seventh-placed Everton at 8pm.
The United match has been moved from Monday due to Tuesday’s FA Cup match West Ham.
Speaking before the draw, Solshire said: “Stability of course is vital.
“We did well away from home, recovered from the defeat of Sheffield United and feel ready to respond again and move forward, hopefully we can get some momentum.
“We know it won’t be easy because we play every two, three or four days. But if we can achieve consistency, morale and high confidence, who knows?”