Anthony Martial pictured back in training for Manchester United

Anthony Martial is back in training with Manchester United’s first team squad and eligible for selection against Burnley tonight.

Martial was pictured in training photos released by United late on Wednesday, spotted alongside fellow Frenchman Raphael Varane.

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Martial remains part of United’s first team set up despite his widely reported desire to leave the club in the upcoming transfer window.

Sky Sports report Martial wants to leave amid loan interest from Sevilla, but no agreement has been struck, with the La Liga side only willing to cover half of his wages.

Interim manager Ralf Rangnick has made clear that Martial will remain in his plans at United until an offer is accepted, but the will not stand in his way if he wants to go.

Martial had suffered a knee injury ahead of Manchester United’s first match under Rangnick back in early December and he has missed the last four matches.

He is available for selection against Burnley although it would be a surprise if he was in the starting line-up for the fixture.

Bailly also features

United defender Eric Bailly was also pictured in training after delaying his call up to the Ivory Coast for the African Cup of Nations.

Bailly could potentially start if United are reluctant to pick Raphael Varane for a second start in the space of four days.

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United’s players appeared in good spirits with Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes pictured with smiles on their faces for the session.

The squad have been criticised in the media with The Mail reporting they were unhappy with Rangnick’s training sessions dragging on until late afternoon. If that was the case then it wasn’t evident in the pictures United released.

Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images
Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images
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