The England striker could be available for selection Wednesday night, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be without other three stars of the first team
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford returned to training before the Champions League draw against Barcelona on Wednesday, but Eric Bailly, Ander Herrera and Nemanja Matic were absent.
The Red Devils host the Spanish champions at Old Trafford, in the round of the last eight fights in Europe.
Rashford was forced to lose United's last outing against the Wolves in the Premier League with an ankle injury, however, it was understood that he trained with the senior team during a morning session at the Aon complex.
The 21-year-old joined the first team after warming himself up as a precautionary measure and is expected to play a role in the game against Barca.
Meanwhile, Bailly, Herrera and Matic passed away while Solskjaer oversaw the final preparations with his team on Tuesday.
No Bailly, Valencia, Herrera and Matic in evidence in #MUFC train at Carrington this morning. https://t.co/lryPkohNoY
– Kris Voakes (@krisvoakes) 9 April 2019
The United States has suffered an injury crisis in the last two months, which coincided with a decline in field results.
Solskjaer's men have lost three of their last four games in all competitions and now face a real battle to qualify for the next Champions League season.
Bailly suffered a head injury during international service with the Ivory Coast last month, while Herrera was declared unfit for defeat against Wolves in the Premier League last week.
Matic was named on the bench in Molineux, but has just returned to the fold after missing Serbia's two matches during the international break.
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The Red Devils are disadvantaged against Barcelona due to their recent form, but a comeback victory in the Paris Saint-Germain round of 16 will give supporters a reason for optimism.
Before the second stage takes place at the Camp Nou next week, United must negotiate a home game against West Ham in the Premier League.
Solskjaer will be desperate for a win to stop his team's current slip, with three points currently separating them and Tottenham in fourth place in the standings with six games of the remaining campaign.