Premier League giants Manchester United have been handed a big boost on the injury front following the news that one of their key players has recovered in time for the Champions League quarterfinal first leg clash with Spanish champions Barcelona
The Red Devils take on Barcelona at home on Wednesday night before the second leg in Spain next week Tuesday.
Ahead of the first leg at Old Trafford, Manchester United have received a big injury boost after Marcus Rashford returned to training.
The England international trained with his Manchester United teammates at the AON Complex in Manchester on Tuesday morning.
This is good news for the Manchester United faithfuls who have seen their team lose three of the last four games in all competitions.
Rashford has been struggling with an ankle injury which saw him miss the last game, a disappointing 2-1 defeat at the hands of FA Cup semifinalists Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Manchester United suffered their third defeat in four games without the aforementioned Rashford as Wolves came from a goal down to beat the Red Devils 2-1 and dent their top-four hopes.
Marcus Rashford famously scored an added-time penalty spot to give Manchester United a 3-1 win over French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in the second leg of their Champions League last 16 tie at the Parc des Princes and a spot in the quarterfinals via the away goals rule.