Man United defenders Herrera and Rojo resume training ahead of Chelsea showdown

Man United defenders Herrera and Rojo resume training ahead of Chelsea showdown

- Jose Mourinho has been handed a double injury boost ahead of their EPL clash with Chelsea.

- Ander Herrera and Marcos Rojo are looking good to face the Blues

- Man United will battle Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus in the UCL after battling Chelsea

Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho has been handed a double boost after two injured squad members, resumed training ahead of Chelsea showdown in a Premier League clash.

According to Daily Star report, the pair of Ander Herrera and Marcos Rojo have resumed training with the Red Devils after spells on the sideline, and could for available for selection against the Blues at Stamford Bridge.

The under-fire Portuguese football tactician is excited to have the duo join forces with the rest of the gang as he looks to turn around at Old Trafford.

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Manchester United have been struggling since hostilities commenced in the English topflight and seven points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City.

Interestingly, before Herrera’s ankle injury, the Spaniard only featured in the Red Devils loss to Tottenham at Old Trafford.

On the other hand, Rojo is returning after suffering from an injury setback during a U-23 game, but will be glad to battle Mourinho’s former club at west London.

The Blues are yet to lose a game this term and will be hoping to consolidate their performances so far.

But Mourinho will be seeking to continue from their 3-2 comeback win against Newcastle before the international break.

Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku will be returning to former club is talking tough after the Newcastle game.

“I can go to Belgium with a cool feeling [after winning],” he said.

“But at the end of the day, we are not where I want us [United] to be, so I'm going to go to Belgium, hopefully do well for my country, but knowing that I have two important games for my team coming back.

“I'm a really bad loser, so coming into the game [against Newcastle], I really was anxious, because I wanted to win.

“Thank God we won the game today and now the important thing with the international break is that nobody gets injured. When we come back, we have two important games where, if we have good results, we can move forward,” he submitted.

Man United defenders Herrera and Rojo resume training ahead of Chelsea showdown

Man United defender Rojo resume training ahead of Chelsea showdown
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United will welcome back Cristiano Ronaldo and his Juventus teammates, in a UEFA Champions League cracker at the Old Trafford, after the Chelsea cracker.

Meanwhile, previously had reported that Manchester United legend Eric Cantona has blasted Jose Mourinho for the umpteenth time for not allowing the Red Devils squad members play with freedom during matches.

According to a UK Sun report, the 52-year-old Cantona, faulted the Portuguese manager early in the season after discovering that United were lacking fun and creativity during matches.

The club legend while writing on Players’ Tribune, has outlined the key factor responsible for Manchester United’s success story under Alex Ferguson.

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