Radamel Falcao was ordered off the Manchester United team bus to sign autographs, as Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal attempts to bring his players closer to the club's fans.
This is according to the Daily Mail, who have suggested that the Old Trafford chief has implemented a new rule where his stars are banned from having their cars driven down the gates at the Theatre of Dreams after matches.
It appears, then, that when the club play on home soil, the United boss wants his players to interact with the fan-base as the player's now have to walk past supporters when they get out of the ground.
Falcao, clearly, is just about getting used to the new rule after recently being asked to get off the team bus by a member of the United staff.
There's no doubt about it, it's certainly a rule change that will be welcomed by the Red Devils support as they attempt to speak with - and gain autographs from - the stars they love.
And, the United players will be hoping their fans are in great spirits later today, as the club play host to Newcastle United.
Van Gaal's side will be looking to get back to winning ways at Old Trafford after being held at Villa Park against Aston Villa in their last outing.
Falcao, meanwhile, could now kick-on after scoring in the 1-1 draw last weekend, whilst the likes of Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Co. will also be hoping to star in front of a Boxing Day crowd.
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