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4 Things Observed From The Manchester United Training Session, Ahead Of The EPL Game Tomorrow

The Manchester United players are preparing and working hard in training, ahead of their next Premier League game against Everton. Manchester United secured their first UEFA Champions League win against Villarreal on Wednesday and the focus is on Everton. Solskjaer's men will face Everton at Old Trafford tomorrow and I will be showing you the 4 things observed from the training session today.

1. Donny Van De Beek Doesn't Look Happy At Training Today

Dutch midfielder Donny Van De Beek doesn't look happy at training today, the midfielder is not getting more playing time at the club, since he joined the English premier league club. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer promised him that, he will play a big part this season, but Donny has not played much this season, you can see that Fletcher, Anthony Elanga and Nemanja Matic are all smiling, but Donny Van Beek doesn't look happy. He looks frustrated, but I think that, a move away from the club will be a big help to him and his family.

2. Luke Shaw Returned Back To Training

After he suffered an injury against Aston Villa, he failed to play the game against Villarreal on Wednesday, but he was spotted training today. It seems like he will be available for selection against Everton tomorrow.

3. Marcus Rashford Returned Back To Full Training

English and Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has returned back to full training with the players, but he could not be available for selection against Everton tomorrow. He will surely be back after the international break.

4. Birthday Boy Mason Greenwood Looks Happy In Training Today

Mason Greenwood turns 20 years old today and the English youngster looks very happy in training today. He will be happy to get a goal tomorrow.

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