Manchester United confirmed that the players gradually returned to training again. After having to close Carrington in the first team because of the coronavirus outbreak.
With the return of the coronavirus pandemic. Premier League games between Manchester United and Brentford and Brighton have been postponed.
With Manchester United still having to close the first-team squad at the Career training ground. Rington last week to prevent further outbreaks.
However. They resumed training again this morning (Tuesday) and a team begin a gradual return to training as a backdoor to Manchester United hope they will take the team down the field.
Next game Which will be a visit to Newcastle United on December 27.
Manchester United’s players have started to return to training on a “staggered basis”. Following last week’s coronavirus outbreak in the first-team squad.
United initially closed their Carrington Training Complex on December 13 for 24 hours. To “minimise the risk of any further infection” after several staff and players tested positive for COVID-19.
The Red Devils’ Premier League games with Brentford and Brighton and Hove Albion were subsequently postponed. With the training base closing again on Thursday.
However, United announced on Tuesday that first-team operations have now resumed ahead of next Monday’s Premier League meeting with Newcastle United at St James’ Park.
Ralf Rangnick’s side, who sit sixth in the English top flight, will then host Burnley three days later in their final match of 2021.
“Red Devils” last played back on December 11, beating Norwich City 1-0 on penalties with Cristiano. Ronaldo
They also have a game against Burnley coming after a visit to Newcastle, which will be their last game of the year.