Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has now returned back to training for the first time today, MySportDab reports.
Rashford has been out for over 2 months, recovering from a surgery on a long injury.
Marcus Rashford’s shoulder injury recovery is ahead of schedule and he has now returned to training.
He has now taken part in three sessions a day, which includes his rehabilitation.
Rashford took part with the Manchester United first team training today.
Manchester United have some good injury news ahead of their Premier League match against West Ham United on Sunday.
The Reds are going into their fifth match of the Premier League season in good form.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team are currently top of the table with ten points from four matches.
However, they face their next opponents West Ham in the Premier league this weekend, looking to continue an unbeaten start to the season.
Dean Henderson is yet to play his first match of the Premier League season, and Edinson Cavani only played briefly.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka will still play in the Premier league, despite his suspension is in Champions League.
Marcus Rashford, Alex Telles and Amad Diallo are still ruled out of the West Ham match.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer also confirmed that Edinson Cavani would not play against West Ham.