- Manchester United have arrived the Lowry Hotel
- The Red Devils are preparing for their Champions League clash against Sevilla
- Lowry Hotel was cordoned off on Monday, March 12, after reports of bomb being found
Just hours after a bomb scare in the city of Manchester, Manchester United stars have checked into the Lowry Hotel ahead of their Champions League clash with Sevilla.
On Monday, March 12, there was a bomb scare in which the Lowry Hotel was cordoned off and even a bomb disposal team was deployed to the Hotel.
There was fear of a suspected World War II explosive being found on a building site on Monday, March 12.
But the scene was reopened according to the report by Daily Mail after analysis found it was not a bomb and not dangerous.
Manchester United players were all snapped arriving at the five-star Hotel in the heart of the city.
The players were greeted by a number of fans outside the main entrance as they looked focused on sealing progression at the expense of their Spanish opposition.
Meanwhile, Manchester United will hope to reach the quarter final of the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League when they face Sevilla at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.
United failed to score in the first leg in Spain which ended goalless which means they will have to attack and defend in front of their faithfuls.
Manchester United qualified for the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League automatically after winning the Europa League title last season.
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