David Moyes has suggested that Manchester United’s new medical facilities at Carrington from Toshiba will help when it comes to attracting new players to the club.
The facilities mean that United can now have some of the world’s best preventative diagnosis’ and fitness programs available in football aimed at both decreasing the amount of injuries that players pick up and helping injured players recover, something which Moyes feels will be an asset when it comes to bringing layers in to the club.
“It’s a wonderful facility that we can show off to new players and something we should be very proud of,” Moyes told Manutd.com.
“Manchester United has great partnerships and to be working with Toshiba is important to attract new players to the club. The Aon Training Complex is one of the leading football centres in the world and to have this new medical unit connected to it is fantastic.
“It’s private and somewhere the players can trust, which is important for us. It’s a great on-site facility where they can come and know they’ll get the right decision made about their injury.
“We will be able to get scans quicker and have a better idea of when players can train. That will help us get them on the field quicker, which will, in turn, result in fewer injuries.”
There’s no doubt that the facilities will have a positive impact on everybody currently at the club but will they have an impact on whether a player decides to join?
That’s debatable. This statement from Moyes sounds more like a PR script rather than the Scot’s opinion.