Sergio Reguilon, a defender for Manchester United, has rejoined the club for practice in advance of his team’s match against Brentford on Saturday.
Reguilon was a member of the team that conducted practices at Carrington on Friday morning, claims ESPN’s Rob Dawson.
At Turf Moor, during United’s 1-0 victory over Burnley, the Spaniard left the game hurt.
Although the team did not specify the precise nature of the setback he experienced, he appeared to be gripping his hamstring.
Later games against Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup, Palace once more in the Premier League, and most recently Galatasaray in the Champions League were missed by Reguilon.
Erik ten Hag had to devise workarounds for each of the three games.
Naturally a midfielder, Sofyan Amrabat primarily played left-back and fared alright. Reguilon, though, was obviously terribly missed.
The Peoples Person said that Reguilon would likely return following the forthcoming international break.
He may be able to play for United at least one game earlier, though, as it appears that his recuperation process was accelerated.
Ten Hag and the club will definitely benefit greatly from his return ahead of the crucial match against Thomas Frank’s team.
Diogo Dalot was once the only senior full-back in good condition on the club’s roster.
Reguilon was doing well prior to becoming hurt, and it was reported that a long-term stay at Old Trafford for the 26-year-old cannot be completely ruled out.
Reguilon’s comeback could finally enable Ten Hag to use Amrabat higher up the pitch, where he is more effective, in addition to adding additional defensive support.