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Rebuild, revamp or extend - Manchester United legends agree on Old Trafford stadium solution

Manchester United's long-standing problem with the current state of Old Trafford has split opinion for years, with the Glazers repeatedly slammed for the lack of investment in the infrastructure of the 114-year stadium.

Probable upgrades or a new build have been discussed ever since Sir Jim Ratcliffe completed his 25 per cent takeover at the club. The billionaire is said to be considering a revamp of the stadium, with a possible demolition of the current stadium replaced by a state-of-the-art arena erected in its place.

The club have been advised a new build would be the best option. The Manchester Evening News understands the renovation of the home of United would be complicated due to the railway lines and the existing structures.

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Much has been made of the possible changes to the stadium, with a section of supporters loving the 'old fashion' feel and others wanting upgrades more swiftly to ensure they are not left behind by their rivals.

A report from the Daily Mail this week have suggested United have three options to decide from - including a controversial plan to bulldoze the 112-year old arena and start again from scratch. Other options are to instead rebuild United's South Stand, extending it up and over the railway line that runs behind or for the club to instead embark on revamping the spectator and corporate facilities throughout the stadium.

But players from years gone by have also waded in on the debate. Here, we take a look at what a number of players have said on Old Trafford and what Ratcliffe