- Marcus Rashford and Alexis Sanchez have handed Man United double injury boost ahead of Barcelona clash in the Champions League
- Rashford and Sanchez both trained at Carrington ahead of the quarter-final encounter
- Both players missed United's defeat by Wolves last week
Marcus Rashford and Alexis Sanchez have handed Man United massive injury boost ahead of their Champions League quarter-final the first leg tie on Wednesday, April 10.
According to Mirror report, Marcus Rashford, who was missing in action in United's defeat by Wolves last week along with England’s game last month joined Tuesday’s session at Carrington.
Interestingly, Rashford, trained separately away from other teammates during Tuesday’s session.
In addition, Alexis Sanchez, who was recuperating from a knee injury he cropped in the win over Southampton made a surprise comeback to training on Tuesday, April 9.
Initially, the Chilean was tipped to miss the rest of the campaign, but he is expected to play a part in the remaining games of the campaign.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer called his players to training on Sunday, April 7, after watching Spanish La Liga clash between Barcelona against Atletico Madrid.
The Premier League side are preparing for the first leg of their Champions League clash against Barcelona at Old Trafford on Wednesday, April 10.
United were not in Premier League action last weekend and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer used the opportunity to watch the Barcelona's game against 10-man Atletico Madrid.
Goalkeeper David de Gea, strikers Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez were among those pictured arriving at the club's Carrington training complex according to UK Sun.
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