Manchester United forward Jadon Sancho has now returned to the club after some time away, MySportDab reports.
He was seen arriving earlier today at United’s Carrington training ground.
The 22-year-old was sent to Holland by Coach Erik Ten Hag to train amid concerns over his mental health.
He missed out on United’s mid-World Cup training camp in Spain and Ten Hag revealed that he was not in the right frame of mind to play.
He continued working and training for a few weeks at Dutch amateur club OJC Rosmalen with some coaches.
However, Ten Hag confirmed last week that Sancho will return to Manchester and resume an individual programme.
So he is not yet fully back with the first team and is unlikely to play in tomorrow’s match.
‘He’s back in Manchester to start individual training,’ Ten Hag said about Sancho’s comeback.
‘Of course, he will be back but the time is not now. He’s developing and we will see when he can return to the squad.’
Sancho has not played for the club in three months, and last played in October’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea.
His turbulent last two months surprised everyone as he started the season with three goals in eight matches and in great form.
His good form early in the season sparked questions about whether he would be included in England’s World Cup Squad.
Now, he’s back in Manchester and progressing well.