Manchester United have received a huge boost ahead of their clash against Bayern Munich with two players spotted in training ahead of tomorrow’s game.

United travel to the Allianz Arena tomorrow night and it seems Raphael Varane and Mason Mount may well be back in the fold ahead of that huge clash according to the club’s website.

Varane has been injured since he was replaced at half-time of the win over Nottingham Forest and Mount has been ruled out since the defeat to Tottenham Hotspur with a muscular injury.

It is yet unclear if the pair will be fit enough to start the game in Munich but having the pair back in training can only be a huge boost for the Red Devils.

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Mainoo and Amrabat step up returns

As well as this, the good news seemingly continues with the young midfielder Kobbie Mainoo finally back on grass following his injury that he picked up in pre-season against Real Madrid.

It’s fair to say that the young midfielder impressed during the games he featured in during pre-season and there is a lot of pressure on the teenager to be the solution to United’s issues in midfield.

As well as this, Sofyan Amrabat is also back training for the Red Devils after his back injury meant that he missed United’s game against Brighton & Hove Albion and the midfielder may well be back soon.

The pair trained away from the rest of the squad, but this is still an encouraging sign as they move closer to returning.

Things looking up for Ten Hag

After the spate of injury issues that United have had this season, the good news finally seems to be on the horizon for Erik ten Hag and the return of these four players could be a huge boost for the former Ajax coach.

If Mount and Varane are indeed fit for the clash against Thomas Tuchel’s Bayern then they must start for the Red Devils.

Varane at the heart of the defence would make a big impact and he could well be crucial if they come up against Harry Kane. Mount in midfield, over Scott McTominay, would also be crucial for the Red Devils to have any chance of winning the game.

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