What's the latest news from Carrington?

Tuesday 05 October 2021 17:00

Manchester United's players have been hard at work at Carrington today (Tuesday) with some interesting participants spotted by our photographers.

Victor Lindelof has been called up by Sweden for their World Cup qualifiers with Kosovo and Greece, but the defender has not yet linked up with the national team due to personal circumstances.

The centre-back, who has been in good form, was recently named as his country's captain.

Marcus Rashford is in full training following shoulder surgery and there is also positive news on Amad, as the Ivory Coast winger is getting closer to full fitness after a thigh injury prevented a loan move to Feyenoord taking place during the summer transfer window.

Both will hope to show they are capable of returning when things resume for United after the international break, with the Leicester City match at the King Power next on the agenda on 16 October (kick-off 15:00 BST).

Nathan Bishop is back with the club for some goalkeeping work and has joined the first-team bubble.

The 21-year-old is currently on loan at Mansfield Town, with the Stags at home to Oldham Athletic on Saturday.

Nathan Bishop is spending some time back with United this week.

As is often the case during the international breaks, with so many players away, some youngsters have been enjoying some time with the senior squad, which provides valuable experience.

Under-23s regulars Alvaro Fernandez, Bjorn Hardley, Joe Hugill and Charlie Wellens were among those who were part of the group.