Manchester United have unveiled a new medical facility which aims to reduce rehabilitation time for players, according to BT Sport.
The new suite, which will be added to the AON Training Complex in Carrington, has been provided by club sponsor Toshiba.
The company says that the club will be able to identify and treat injuries at a speed 'not currently experienced in world football today'.
The 'medical imaging suite' has new scanning equipment which the club hopes will diagnose player injuries faster and decrease the time it takes to recover from injuries.
David Moyes is extremely happy with the new facility, saying that it is an investment that will really benefit the club for future seasons.
"I'm absolutely delighted to have this facility fully up and running. Not only is it cutting edge medical technology, it will also help us detect the early signs of injury and help to refine the rehabilitation process - something that will pay dividends for years to come."
United have suffered from lots of injuries this season, with main players Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Michael Carrick often sidelined.
If the facility proved to be effective it would be a great stability boost to the side and other clubs would be sure to follow suit.
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