MANCHESTER UNITED’S top four bid has been boosted after Marcus Rashford returned to training.
The Red Devils star Marcus Rashford missed out on Saturday’s 2-0 win against Wolves with a leg injury.
Marcus Rashford has returned to training to boost Man Utd’s top four hopes
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And fans feared Rashford would not recover in time for United’s final four matches of the campaign, starting with Bournemouth on Saturday.
However, the England star made an appearance at Carrington on Wednesday.
And he gave Erik ten Hag something to smile about by joining in the full training session with his teammates.
Rashford has enjoyed his best goal-scoring season to date, netting 29 times in 53 appearances.
But he has just two strikes in his last 10 games.
And United need him to get back to clinical form if they’re to seal a Champions League return.
The Red Devils are in fourth place and just one point ahead of Liverpool with a game in hand.
After facing Bournemouth, United see out their league campaign with games against Chelsea and Fulham.
They will then look to prevent Man City from scooping a famous Treble in June’s FA Cup final.
But with Rashford back in the XI, Ten Hag and fans will surely feel a lot more confident over their chances of success.
That’s despite Pep Guardiola’s men rolling over defending champs Real Madrid to set up a Champions League final against Inter Milan.