Manchester United have been handed a massive injury boost with Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw and Jadon Sancho returning to training ahead of their season finale.
United are keen to secure a spot in the Europa League and will be up against Crystal Palace on Sunday in their last Premier League game of the season. Ralf Rangnick has been handed a major injury boost with the trio returning to full first-team training on Tuesday and could be available for selection.
Shaw has managed to feature for only 45 minutes for the Red Devils in the last three months having sustained a double leg break against PSV Eindhoven in September 2015. The England international underwent surgery last month and two weeks ago and stepped up recovery with individual sessions.
Meanwhile, teammate Sancho has recovered from tonsillitis after he sat out games against Chelsea, Brentford and Brighton.
Rashford has also been on the sidelines due to bronchitis but he could make appearances over the weekend.
The Red Devils will need a win to guarantee Europa League football next season with West Ham United just behind them in the seventh place.