Marcos Rojo has been back in training for Manchester United before the Premier League clash against Leicester City at Old Trafford.
He had suffered a serious knee ligament injury in the Europa League quarter-final against Anderlecht last season and was expected to be fully fit in September.
Rojo has missed both of the starting games of the new Premier League season against Swansea City and West Ham United, however, he’ll be hoping to back into action soon after returning to training with the main group.
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He’s not expected to be rushed back into action against Leicester City, but his return to training will be a massive boost for Jose Mourinho, especially with Victor Lindelof taking time to adapt to his Old Trafford move.
Rojo was solid when fit last campaign and although he won’t be a starter each week, will provide enough cover to the squad, especially when challenging on different fronts in the Premier League, Champions League, and other Cup competitions.