United back to the training ground

United back to the training ground

United back to the training ground

United back to the training ground

United back to the training ground

Ralf Rangnick says his Manchester United squad is almost at full power 

following the recent outbreak of Covid-19 at the club.

The outbreak caused United’s recent Premier League games against

Brentford and Brighton to be postponed.

After a 16-day break, Rangnick’s side face Newcastle on Monday,
27 December, with Paul Pogba the only injury.

“Today was the third day of training this week and we had 25 outfield

players,” Rangnick said.

“Paul Pogba is the only one missing out, everyone else was on board.”

“We closed the training ground in order to break the chain.

The development of the last week is extremely positive.

We will train tomorrow and there will be a day off on Christmas Day before

we have the last training session on Sunday.”

Rangnick said the players returning were in good shape and had “done their

homework” while training at home.

“They had their schedule to train at home and they stuck to that schedule

and programme,” he said.

“I can say most of them, if not all of them, might be available but I’ll have to

take some difficult decisions on who will be in the squad and the staring

XI.”

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