Sir Alex Ferguson ‘sent out Lego set of Old Trafford by Man United’
Sir Alex Ferguson invested 27 years constructing his Manchester United empire as manager.
And it appears the 78-year-old has spent his 10 weeks in lockdown due to the coronavirus structure Old Trafford back up again.
But this time in Lego type.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been constructing a Lego set of Old Trafford during the lockdown
The former boss got in touch with the club to inquire to send him a Lego set of United’s famous stadium after seeing the model online, according to The Sun.
The 3,898-piece stadium reproduction expenses ₤ 250 and even includes the famous Ferguson statue and the stand called after him there.
The set is explained as a ‘difficult structure experience’ by Lego and would take around seven-and-a-half hours to develop.
Ferguson is not the only United legend to have been taken by the Old Trafford design.
The Old Trafford set is explained as a ‘tough building experience’ by the toy business
The 3,898-piece stadium replica would set a Manchester United advocate back ₤ 250.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when had a build-off versus previous captain Bryan Robson, but struggled with the favourite kids’ toy.
The United supervisor once said: ‘I was challenged to build a Lego Old Trafford against Brian Robson.
‘ I did it – or need to I state we did, because it was mainly my household. I didn’t have the persistence.’.
The set even consists of the famous Ferguson statue and the stand named after him there.