Despite the stadium being nicknamed the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ and being the largest in the Premier League, the stadium was is often ridiculed for having a poor atmosphere. A club source told the Manchester Evening News:
"There were supporters in the Stretford End who thought they had made a lot of noise only for friends in different parts of the ground to say they couldn't hear them."
The expert attended the Liverpool match in January and will visit the 75,000 capacity stadium again before the season’s conclusion, before submitting findings to the clubs management, according to Manchester Evening News.
The Premier League leaders refused to comment on how much they are paying for the specialist’s expertise.
The 1966 World Cup winner was speaking after he carried the Olympic flame as it passed Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium this morning.
The 74-year-old Manchester United hero was one of 151 torchbearers who are carrying the torch today as it makes its way from Manchester to Leeds.
Asked about his thoughts on England's chances in tonight's game, he said: "If England can beat Italy, England will win it. If we beat Italy tonight we can start getting excited. I really think we can win it."