United's trip to Brentford has been postponed due to a coronavirus.

A coronavirus epidemic in Ralf Rangnick's team has forced the postponement of Manchester United's trip to Brentford

Manchester United asked the Premier League to postpone tonight's game after they were forced to close their Carrington training facilities on Monday afternoon due to a power outage.

One or two cases of positivity were discovered on Sunday following the team's 1-0 victory over Norwich.

Moreover, the league has announced a new date for the game.

"The Premier League has decided to postpone Brentford's home match against Manchester United," said an official statement.

"The decision was taken following guidance from medical advisers due to the exceptional circumstances of an ongoing coronavirus outbreak within Manchester United's squad.

For the safety of both players and staff, the Carrington training facility's first-team preparations were halted on Monday to assist contain the epidemic."

As soon as possible, the postponed match will be rescheduled.