Marcel Sabitzer has been pictured back in Manchester United training ahead of the trip to face Real Betis.

The club website offered an update on the squad ahead of the Europa League last 16 second leg clash tomorrow.

Sabitzer has missed the last two games but is back on the training pitch at Carrington before the squad fly out to Spain later.

The article also mentioned that Victor Lindelof is out there, but he was on the bench for the first leg clash, with United won 4-1.

Sabitzer training
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Marcel Sabitzer back in Manchester United training

Anthony Martial has also been spotted training with the team as he steps up his return from the injury which has kept him out since early February.

Sabitzer was named in the Austria squad for the forthcoming international break by former United interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

And his return comes at a good time, with Casemiro facing a four-game domestic suspension and one yellow card away from a European one too.

Sabitzer may be called into action or United face a return to the ‘McFred’ midfield combination Ole Gunnar Solskjaer leaned on so much.

Martial’s return would be timely with Alejandro Garnacho facing a number of weeks on the sidelines, but United have been keen not to rush him back.

Lindelof is a rotation option at centre-half, but also another potential holding midfielder, having come on in that position against Leeds last month.

He is the captain of Sweden and has also been called up for their forthcoming international fixtures, indicating that his fitness is moving in the right direction.

Antony was not spotted on the training pitch, but we await the announcement of the travelling squad to see how significant that proves to be.

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