Fenerbahce's plane transporting them from Turkey for Thursday's Europa League clash at Manchester United has been forced into an unscheduled landing in Budapest.
A message posted on the club's official Twitter page just before midday on Wednesday said a forced landing was made in the Hungarian capital after a bird struck the aircraft's windscreen.
Kafilemizi Manchester'a götüren uçağın camına kuş çarpması nedeniyle, uçak Budapeşte'ye zorunlu iniş yaptı. Endişe verici bir durum yok. pic.twitter.com/tYhUWp2omJ— Fenerbahçe SK (@Fenerbahce) October 19, 2016
The message was accompanied by photographs apparently of the plane's windscreen, with the glass covered in cracks.
Fenerbahce added in the message: "There is nothing alarming".
The club is scheduled to hold a press conference at Old Trafford at 6pm on Wednesday, followed by a training session, ahead of Thursday's Group A match.
@Fenerbahce Wishing you a safe trip for the rest of your journey to Manchester. See you soon!— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 19, 2016
Manchester United replied to Fenerbahce with a tweet from their official account.
"Wishing you a safe trip for the rest of your journey to Manchester. See you soon!" the message read.