Photos: Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane look happy in training pictures

Manchester United’s two new signings are really beginning to settle in.

The club released training pictures from Wednesday’s session at Carrington.

Both Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho featured prominently and both were seen smiling for the cameras.

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


Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images

United posted the picture of Jadon Sancho and Jesse Lingard on Instagram with the caption: “We’re pretty sure these two are getting along just fine.”

Midfield star Paul Pogba also spoke to the club website about how his France international teammate Raphael Varane is settling in at the club.

Pogba said: “He just settles in by himself. He is someone very mature, a very good guy. I think you can see he is very good with everyone already. He is really good in the changing room, which is very important in football.

“He’s a top man, a top player and brings his experience, his quality and his personality, even outside the pitch, to help the team.”

Edinson Cavani was pictured training too, amid a drama over him being blocked from international duty.

Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images

Who will be fit for the weekend?

United’s training pictures were published on the club website with the title, ‘Countdown to Molineux’.

Preparations are clearly well underway for United’s upcoming fixture, away at Wolves on Sunday.

Sancho came off the bench against Southampton and he may hope to get a start in before the international break.

Varane was an unused substitute and United could look to get his Red Devils career underway with a start against Wolves.

Edinson Cavani should be in contention to at least make the bench. Anthony Martial’s underwhelming performance against Southampton should hasten United’s approach to getting the Uruguayan involved.

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