Alexis Sanchez.

Who's been training for United?

Manchester United trained in front of the European football media in the sunshine at the Aon Training Complex on Tuesday morning, ahead of Wednesday's eagerly awaited visit of Barcelona.

The Reds were put through their paces by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his coaching staff before the much-anticipated first leg of our Champions League quarter-final against the Spanish champions and La Liga leaders. 

Solskjaer oversaw the session at Carrington, where the cameras filmed the first 15 minutes as per UEFA rules. 

Marcus Rashford
Marcus Rashford was involved in the session, joining in with the main group.

Former Barcelona player Alexis Sanchez and fellow forward Marcus Rashford were both involved, which is encouraging news following their recent troubles with injury. 

Rashford, who missed our last outing at Wolves, went through a separate stretching warm-up before joining in with the rest of the squad. 

Meanwhile, Antonio Valencia, Eric Bailly, Ander Herrera and Nemanja Matic were notable absentees - which does not necessarily mean they are unavailable at this stage.

The manager may provide an update during his press conference at Old Trafford, which you can follow from 14:00 BST.

You can also hear from centre-back Chris Smalling, who will also speak to the media. 

Fred and Juan Mata
Fred and Juan Mata took part in Tuesday's training.

United's full training squad:

Goalkeepers: De Gea, Romero, Grant.

Defenders: Dalot, Darmian, Young, Jones, Lindelof, Rojo, Smalling, Shaw.

Midfielders: Fred, Garner, Gomes, Lingard, Mata, McTominay, Pereira, Pogba.

Forwards: Alexis, Lukaku, Martial, Rashford. 

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