Manchester United duo, Paul Pogba, and Marcus Rashford will be available for selection if the Premier League season is given a go-ahead to resume next month.
The pair who have been absent from the Manchester United squad for a long time, even before the current League campaign was suspended due to the pandemic were seen partaking in small group training this week.
Speaking to MUTV, Manchester United Manager, Solskjaer said: “They are looking good. They have joined training now and they have done everything the other boys have been doing. There’s been no reaction so far.”
“When we get started, it looks like we can have a full squad to choose from,” He added.
Manchester United’s players have been training individually for the past two months, but Solksjaer is not worried about the players’ fitness and he remains hopeful about resuming full contact training.
While on the TV show, Solksjaer said the players have been looking after themselves under the supervision of fitness coach Charlie Owen and Assistant Coaches Michael Carrick and Martyn Pert.
He said: “There have been video calls and of course they have been stepping it up in the last couple of weeks. The weather has been favorable and they have all been responding perfectly. Everybody is looking sharp and in a good mood. It’s been really enjoyable being on the training ground again.”
Competitive football action in the English Premier League is likely to begin in mid-to-late-June.