Teden Mengi trains with Manchester United first team after returning from loan, along with Harry Maguire

Manchester United youngster Teden Mengi has been pictured in training with the Red Devils first team.

Mengi is on loan at Birmingham City, however, he has not featured since picking up a hamstring injury against Middlesbrough back on March 15, a match which was his comeback game from a previous injury.

The 20-year-old defender has been undergoing rehab at Carrington, and is likely to remain with United’s first team group. Birmingham’s season finishes this weekend, with the Championship season drawing to a close.

Mengi made 10 appearances for Birmingham, after moving on loan to the club in January, joining Tahith Chong.

Teden Mengi in training

Mengi was pictured in first team training, although won’t be eligible for selection in United’s last two matches, as he is still registered on loan with Birmingham.

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Garnacho and co included

Even with the FA Youth Cup final now under a week away, 17-year-old forward Alejandro Garnacho was included with the first team set up once again. He was joined by Shola Shoretire and Alvaro Fernandez.

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Harry Maguire returns to training

Despite the unusual face of Teden Mengi in training, we are burying the lead somewhat, with club captain Harry Maguire also fit again, after a knee injury kept him out of the last two matchday squads.

Maguire could be eligible to feature against Brighton this Saturday, although Victor Lindelof and Raphael Varane’s clean sheet against Brentford may ensure they start.

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Jesse Lingard was also pictured, despite the ongoing controversy over his brother’s Instagram post after he was an unused substitute against Brentford.

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