Borthwick-Jackson returns from loan spell
Manchester United defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has returned to the club after a loan spell with Tranmere Rovers.
The 22-year-old is back at the Aon Training Complex following the stint with the League One club, who could end up meeting United in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round, depending on the replay results next week.
The full-back appeared six times for Tranmere - three games in the league, two in the Leasing.com Trophy and as a substitute in the FA Cup victory at Wycombe Wanderers in November.
He has previously been on loan to Wolves, Leeds United and Scunthorpe United.
Ethan Hamilton returned from his spell with Southend United but has already been loaned out again, to Bolton Wanderers.
Aidan Barlow is also back following his time at Tromso in Norway, while keeper Alex Fojticek's loan with Stalybridge Celtic has expired.
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