Pictures: Man United’s new signing trains at Carrington for the first time

Manchester United fans will be pleased to see for the first time Odion Ighalo in training gear as well as returns for Scott McTominay and Axel Tuanzebe.

The talented Nigerian was pictured arriving to Carrington in the past but the sessions weren’t public as they were made today.

The United players looked in a good mood ahead of their Europa League clash vs Club Brugge in what may be a serious route to consider taking in their quest for Champions League qualification.

Under Jose Mourinho the team won the competition to qualify after their performances in the league weren’t good enough to warrant qualification.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still has some hope in the Premier League but it would be wise to use both routes until one or the other is no longer viable.

McTominay and Tuanzebe have returned to first-team training after their own respective injury spells with the only notable absentee being Paul Pogba.

Rumours continue to float over his future but the focus, for now, will be on tomorrow’s big European fixture.

Ighalo could be in line to make his first start for Manchester United having only come off the bench vs Chelsea in the dying embers of the match.

McTominay, Tuanzebe and Fernandes all feature in high intensity training

Manchester United fans got to see their stars get the first training session in the warm weather camp in Spain under way as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to improve his fortunes.

The likes of Bruno Fernandes, Scott McTominay and Axel Tuanzebe all featured with supporters getting a good insight into how the legendary Norwegian’s sessions go.

United have looked fatigued of late so the winter break came at the right time as they look to get their season back on track.

Inconsistencies have plagued them all season long but Solskjaer will need his men to put together a winning run of form if they are to squeeze into the top four spots.

Fernandes will need to settle in quickly and gel with his teammates if there’s going to be any hope of him playing a crucial role in the Red Devils hitting their targets.

Manchester United will need the same kind of fight, skill and energy as seen in the videos and film if they are to qualify for next season’s edition of the Champions League.

Reports have emerged that Solskjaer will only be sacked should he fail to reach a top-six spot but fans are definitely demanding more.

Pictures: Man Utd players working hard at Carrington ahead of Norwich clash

Manchester United players were pictured working hard at Carrington on Friday ahead of their meeting with Norwich City in the Premier League this weekend.

Harry Maguire, despite a torn hip muscle, has made a return to training, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirming that the player was in contention to start the game.

Man United are looking for their first win of 2020 having lost to Arsenal and Manchester City, along with drawing at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Here are a selection of photos showing the United squad in good spirits as they prepared to face the Canaries.

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The best photos from Manchester United 1-3 Manchester City

Manchester United fell to a miserable 3-1 defeat at the hands of Manchester City in the EFL Cup semi-final last night.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men, without Harry Maguire, were decimated in a first half that saw City score three goals, seemingly cutting through the home side whenever they felt like it.

The second period was better, with Marcus Rashford pulling one back, but by then the damage had been well and truly done.

Here are a selection of photos from what was a deeply forgettable night for United.

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Pictures: Man Utd’s academy stars working hard ahead of Astana clash

Manchester United’s youngsters have been pictured training in Nur-Sultan ahead of Thursday’s Europa League meeting with Astana.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken a total of 14 teenagers to Kazakhstan for this essentially meaningless game, with United already qualified from their group.

The Norwegian confirmed on Wednesday that Dylan Levitt, Ethan Laird and Di’Shon Bernard, along with veteran reserve keeper Lee Grant, will start the game, with more academy talents set to feature off the bench.

Here are a selection of photos of United’s youngsters looking in good spirits as they prepare for the game.