Manchester Fire emergency officials were today called out to a situation at the Manchester United club team hotel, MySportDab reports.
This happened just hours before United’s late night Premier League match against Everton.
Fire services arrived at the Lowry Hotel in Manchester, which is United’s main hotel for all home matches at Old Trafford.
The United team bus arrived just before 1pm with the full squad leaving the bus and entering the hotel to their various rooms.
According to The Mirror, one minute later two fire emergency vehicles arrived at the main entrance of the Lowry Hotel.
A set of firefighters swiftly entered the hotel in full protective gear, before it was confirmed that the incident was only appeared a false alarm.
Reports claim that the alarm may have been from the kitchen of the five-star hotel, causing the fire alarm to sound.
🚨 | #MUFC were disrupted ahead of tonight’s game against Everton after fire engines were called to the Lowry Hotel today. Two engines arrived and firemen piled off the trucks in full gear and went into the hotel but it seems it was only a false alarm [Mirror]
— UtdXclusive 🔴 (@UtdXclusive) February 6, 2021
Earlier, The the likes of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Alex Telles, Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes made their way into the building.
Manchester United host Everton at Old Trafford at 9pm on Saturday night.
As usual, United used the Lowry hotel’s facilities before the final house to their matches.
The Everton game is a massive one for Solskjaer’s team, given title rivals Manchester City and Liverpool play at Anfield on Sunday.
A win over Everton would once again boost Manchester United’s hopes of a Premier League title this season.