Three players not pictured in training, with two youth players included in Erik’s team, ahead of the Europa League game.
On Thursday night, Manchester United will take on FC Sheriff in the second round of the Europa League.
Due to Queen Elizabeth II’s passing, a number of Premier League games were postponed around this game.
Marcus Rashford, Donny van de Beek, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka reportedly did not show up for training this morning.
In his last four Premier League games, Marcus Rashford has been a star performer for United thus far this season, tallying three goals and dishing out two assists.
He was the driving force behind a surprising victory over Arsenal almost two weeks ago, and under Erik ten Hag, he has so far been regaining his best form.
While Diogo Dalot has solidly established himself as the right-back starter and has produced some good performances, Aaron Wan-Bissaka has dropped down the pecking order.
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This season, Donny van de Beek hasn’t shown yet for a variety of reasons. He presently occupies the midfield positions below both Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen, and he just sustained an injury from which he is still recovering.
Charlie McNeill is one of the young people who just made his debut for Manchester United and became the first Carrington young person to be given a debut by Ten Hag.
He participated in training with the first team squad this morning after being used as a substitute against Real Sociedad.
During practice, Marc Jurado also participated, suggesting that the young right-back will be included in the team to replace Wan-Bissaka as Dalot’s backup.
Due to the present dearth of Premier League action, Ten Hag is anticipated to field a strong lineup when Manchester United plays FC Sheriff on Thursday night.