Manchester United have received a huge boost as Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba are both ready to resume full training after long-term injuries, MySportDab reports.
Various injury problems has limited Pogba’s playing time this season to just eight matches all season for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.
Meanwhile, Rashford has been out injured since January 11 with a fracture.
They cannot resume full training immediately due to the coronavirus outbreak and the new rules imposed in the country.
According to The Mirror, both players are now ready to resume training with their-team mates once allowed by the UK Government.
However, Manchester United are already working on plans for players to return to their Carrington training ground.
Employees including groundstaff and other workers have been asked to resume to work to begin preparation for players to resume full training.
MySportDab understands that this has been done while in regulation with the government’s guidelines regarding social distancing to stop the spread of Covid-19.
The Premier League are still no closer to securing a return date for football but all the clubs in the league are hopeful of completing the 2019-20 season once possible.