Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag has implemented a new training ground rule at Carrington, according to reports.
The demand in question, according to the Daily Mail, surrounds the use of the club’s new canteine.
The powers that be on the red half of Manchester recently invested in a state of the art facility, for the club’s stars to dine at throughout the week.
A top-class new head chef, Omar Mezian, was also drafted in from the FA.
This comes amid a concerted effort to improve the nutrition habits of Erik ten Hag’s squad.
In turn, the Dutch tactician - unimpressed by his the Red Devils’ hit-and-miss start to the campaign - has informed his players that they will from here on out expected to remain at Carrington for lunch.
‘Rather than head home for lunch after training, players are now being told to stay at Carrington to make use of their newly-revamped canteen, leaving at around 2pm’, as per the Mail.
The initiative will allow for closer inspection of the day-to-day diets of United’s stars, who are understood to make regular use of nearby restaurants, upon departure from training.
As of yet, ‘the development is not thought to have caused any issues with players’.