UEFA hit back at Real Sociedad following accusations of being biased to Manchester United
According to Daily Star, UEFA have hit back at Real Sociedad amidst suggestions that they have been favourable to Manchester United.
United were scheduled to play Sociedad in the first leg of their Europa League round of 32 fixture at the Anoeta Stadium. However, due to Covid-19 regulations, the match has been shifted to Turin.
The game will now take place at Juventus’ Allianz Stadium, with the return leg penciled in for 25th February at Old Trafford.
The return leg will be played at Old Trafford
As things stand, the game will go ahead and Sociedad will just have to lap it up. With no fans in any stadium, it is difficult to claim any side has a definite advantage.
United have looked shaky at home this season and had Olabe seen some of those losses, we are pretty sure he would have had no complaints.
Mikel Oyarzabal has been ruled out of the tie due to a hamstring injury (Photo by Mutsu Kawamori/AFLO)