Man United Training Photos: Nigerian Boy Train With First Team, The Players Are Looking Focused
By Horlar_Teee | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 8463 views
Without wasting much time, Shola Soretire has joined the first team training session. The young star was said to have signed a professional contract with the club he grew up with. He was spotted at Manchester United's last training sessions ahead of the FA Cup clash with West Ham which will be played on Tuesday, February 9.
There were no many smiles on the player's faces today at training. They looked focused and ready to face West Ham. The players would definitely not be happy with the last game against Everton. A last-minute goal from Dominic Calvert-Lewin denied them all 3 points.
The players are in good form. All looking fit, ready to be selected to face West Ham. United have more options at different positions. We are yet to see if the coach would use the normal players he does use in most matches or probably there might be a rotation in the line up.
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