Luke Shaw return to training
Man United could have three players back for their final game of the season against Crystal Palace in the Premier League. Luke Shaw could return from ankle surgery to play in Manchester United’s final game of the season at Crystal Palace.
Shaw has played 45 minutes for United in the last two-and-a-half months after having metal bolts. Removed from the double leg break he sustained against PSV Eindhoven in September 2015.
The 26-year-old underwent surgery last month and two weeks ago stepped up his recovery with individual sessions at United’s Carrington training complex.
Shaw joined teammates for a full session on Tuesday as United prepare for the game at Selhurst Park. Needing a win to be certain of Europa League qualification.
Jadon Sancho could also return to the United side as he has recovered from tonsillitis. Sancho missed the games against Chelsea. Brentford and Brighton as he had to wait for the inflammation to subside before having his tonsils removed. You can read more in Manchester United could sign Serie A star Milinkovic-Savic.
Marcus Rashford was absent for the 4-0 thrashing at Brighton due to bronchitis but the forward has also resumed training. Academy midfielder Charlie Savage was drafted into first-team training to offset first-team squad absences and Shola Shoretire was involved again.
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