Italian defender Matteo Darmian returned with a difference as he arrived in a new United red Bentley.
Alexis Sanchez gave a wave as he arrived at Manchester United’s Carrington base on Thursday
Italian defender Matteo Darmian arrived in style as he showed off his new red Bentley
Marcus Rashford, who excelled for England in the international break, will be pushing to start
Luke Shaw’s head injury with England is likely to rule him out of contention to face Watford
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Luke Shaw, who suffered a head injury against Spain playing for England in the Nations League on Saturday, drove into training wearing sunglasses.
Despite appearing ready for first-team training, Shaw is not expected to feature at Vicarage Road with Ashley Young likely to come in.
His England team-mate Marcus Rashford returned to Carrington on a real high having netted twice during the international break.
The 20-year-old striker will be pushing for a start in boss Jose Mourinho’s thoughts having scored in the defeat to Spain and the 1-0 friendly win over Switzerland on Tuesday.
He arrived in a grey jumper in his Range Rover and will compete with Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Romelu Lukaku for one of the three attacking positions.
Sanchez should be able to steal a yard on his team-mates having decided to stay in Manchester during the international break.
The Chile ace was not part of the squad that faced Asian Games victors South Korea as he looks to find form that has been missing since he swapped Arsenal for United in January.
Sanchez stayed at home international break and posed for a selfie pre-training on Thursday