Manchester United aim for Wan-Bissaka to start season despite injury

Manchester United are hopeful of having Aaron Wan-Bissaka fit for the start of the new season despite the full-back sustaining an injury, according to reports.

ESPN claim Wan-Bissaka passed fit to travel to United’s pre-season camp in St. Andrews, Scotland but has been given an individual training schedule.

That is purely a precautionary move with the new campaign less than two weeks away.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side face Everton in their final pre-season fixture after playing all friendly matches in the UK. Next Saturday the Premier League kick-off with a home clash against Leeds United.

On the plus side, Luke Shaw has been given the go-ahead by medical staff to train fully, despite fears after breaking his ribs at Euro 2020. He trained on Monday alongside Harry Maguire.

Read more: (Video) Manchester United training session at pre-season camp

Those absent include Jadon Sancho Edinson Cavani, Fred, Paul Pogba and Dean Henderson.

Speaking abouy his return to United., Dalot told the club’s official website: “I think I was one of the only players in the [Milan] squad that was available for all the games during the season and for me that was a very good point as well of course the minutes and games I played, which were a lot.

“The goal for last season was to get minutes again, get my legs going, be fit and I had it. I want to keep playing, I want to keep giving everything I have and improve. I know last season was fantastic but I can do even more.”

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