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.
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.”