Manchester United are set to introduce a ‘slightly smaller but significant change’ to their online banking service in the coming months, with the club set to change the way they are charging for the use of their online portal.
United have previously indicated that they intend to introduce an online bank to their account, and the Premier League outfit are set for a major overhaul of their existing online banking services, including a new online banking product to be launched in the next few months.
According to the Premier Leagues website, United are planning to launch a new website to allow users to access their online account on their smartphones and tablets, with a new banking option coming to the home screen once the online portal is fully implemented.
“With a new mobile-friendly banking service we will be launching a new bank product that will be available on United’s mobile app and at the United website,” said United CEO Ed Woodward in a statement.
“This new banking product will provide a convenient way for customers to open their accounts without having to leave the comfort of their own homes.”
The Premier League champions have previously stated that they plan to launch an online banking option to their accounts, and are set in the process of overhauling their existing account.
While United have not commented on their plans to introduce the new banking service, Woodward has stated previously that the club will launch the new online bank product in the near future.
United, who are in the Premier Division, currently hold the most points in the league with a record of nine points from four games, while the club are currently sitting top of the table with a 10-point cushion over their nearest rivals, Leicester City.