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 previous manager asked the club to send him the ₤250 replica he came across online

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.