Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Edinson Cavani is back in training for Manchester United.
Cavani has had a long break after the Copa America and arrived back in Manchester last week.
Speaking about the new additions to training, Solskjaer said: “Edinson’s joined in, Raphael’s joined in.”
He added: “Edinson has always looked after himself. He’s champing at the bit he’s ready to go, let’s see how much we can get out of him early on.”
Solskjaer was full of praise for Varane and how he has settled in although did not commit
Asked whether Varane and new signing Jadon Sancho would start against Southampton, Solskjaer said: “We’ll see on Sunday.”
Dylan Levitt has just agreed a loan to Dundee United and teammate James Garner could exit too.
Solskjaer said a deal is in the pipeline, with The Athletic reporting Nottingham Forest are close to bringing him back.
Speaking about the loan move, Solskjaer said: “I would definitely think Jimmy will go on loan, thats more or less done.
“He has done really well in pre-season, impressed me. Another year or six months in the Championship will help him.”
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