Manchester United have reportedly cancelled their annual end of season awards ceremony due to the club’s poor season.
The Red Devils’ Player of the Year ceremony usually takes place at Old Trafford during the last two weeks of the season, but has not gone ahead this year, as per the Mirror.
The club ran a poll for fans to vote on their player of the season, however, it is unclear how the winner will receive the award.
The report states that the Manchester United players are too ’embarrassed’ to hold the black-tie event following their torrid campaign.
United failed to finish inside the top four and could end up qualifying for the Europa Conference League if they fail to beat Crystal Palace and West Ham win at Brighton on the last day of the season.
Furthermore, the Red Devils will finish the season without a trophy for the fifth year in a row.