Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes has welcomed Scott McTominay back from injury. Scott McTominay and Marcus Rashford both returned from injury this week, rejoining the Manchester United squad for training. Rashford was absent for last weekend's 2-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers due to a leg injury, while McTominay has been missing since the start of April with an unspecified issue. The latter has not actually featured in the Premier League since the 2-0 victory over Everton on April 8. However, both the Scotland international and Rashford were present in Man United training on Wednesday, as the team prepare for Saturday's trip to Bournemouth.
After McTominay returned to training earlier this week, he yesterday sent a message expressing his happiness at being back with his teammates. Fernandes responded with a simple message, with the word ‘finally’. Fernandes is clearly glad to get his teammate back, especially at a time when United have just lost Marcel Sabitzer for the rest of the season due to injury.
McTominay’s arrival is a big boost as well, with the unavailability of some of our midfielders. Even though the Scottish national has lost his place in the starting lineup, we need numbers in our ranks. Casemiro’s arrival has seen the 26-year-old tumble down the pecking order. Over the years, the midfielder has failed to cement his place in the team due to his inconsistency.
SOURCE: United In Focus
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