Manchester United’s hopes of making a major push for a top four finish when the season resumes has been given a massive boost with the return of Marcus Rashford.
On Friday, the forward was pictured training with the rest of the team at Carrington, months after he was put on the sidelines by injury.
Rashford sustained a serious back injury back in January, and an early return was not a certainty, but the suspension of the league due to the outbreak of coronavirus has pretty much made it possible he’s back on time for the final stages of the campaign.
Rashford’s return was announced via the club’s official Twitter handle earlier on Friday, along with some photos of him in training.
Earlier in May, the forward spoke about his journey to recovery, and said: “I have just been working, you know, I have sort of had my head down.
“It has been a tough period for me, the last few months, obviously being injured, but in the last few weeks I have been able to step on it a bit more, so I have just been getting my head down and working.”
It’s good to have the man back, and we’re sure Olè would feel exactly the same way.