Manchester United will have all their available players back in training on Thursday after the club’s facilities were shut due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
A series of positive coronavirus cases forced United to halt first-team operations at their Carrington training ground last week and saw their Premier League games against Brentford and Brighton and Hove Albion postponed.
Players returned to training on a staggered basis following Monday’s announcement that the festive Premier League fixtures would be going ahead as planned, which came after six games were called off last weekend.
Thursday will see the outstanding members of the team report for duty again, with United building up to their return to action against Newcastle United on Monday.
“The lads have been training and today [Wednesday] we brought all the rest of the lads back to training, there are only a couple left that will be coming in tomorrow,” Rashford told United Daily.
“So, we’ve pretty much got the full squad back, which is a positive going into the week.”
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