Manchester United return to training this Wednesday with the aim of playing this Sunday’s game against Brighton & Hove Albion.
The last game of the ‘Red Devils’, which should have been played this Tuesday against Brentford, was postponed due to a covid outbreak among United players that led to the closure of the first team facilities in Carrington for 24 hours.
With the training center open again, footballers who have tested negative will be able to train for the game against Brighton, who also saw their last game against Tottenham Hotspur postponed. Those of Graham Potter have also had some cases of COVID-19, like other Premier teams, Aston Villa, Norwich City and Leicester City.
In total, it reported 42 cases in the league last week, the most since the pandemic began and football resumed. In the last hours, the Premier has opposed the postponement of more games, after Tottenham and Leicester asked that the one they have to play this Thursday be suspended.