Manchester United 'end three-season ban on press travelling on their flights'

Manchester United reportedly end a three-season ban preventing the press from travelling on their plane for away matches.

Manchester United have reportedly called time on a ruling that has prevented the press from travelling on the club's plane for important away matches.

The North-West outfit have banned reporters from their flights over the last three seasons, but following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement, changes have been made.

According to the Daily Mail, chief executive Ed Woodward has lifted the ban, which will allow the press to be on board United's plane for their trip to play Olympiacos in the Champions League next month.

The Red Devils are currently seventh in the Premier League table.

Juan Mata poses with his new #8 Manchester United shirt on January 27, 2014
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