Romelu Lukaku and Anthony Martial both returned to full training on Friday ahead of Manchester United’s first pre-season game.
The pair were both absent for United’s open training session in front of approximately 12,000 fans at The WACA on Thursday with the club confirming they were working away from the main group in the gym.
Lukaku is believed to have had a ‘little problem’ which prevented him from joining in with the rest of the group on Thursday but, both were fully involved with training on Friday ahead of the game against Perth Glory on Saturday.
Luke Shaw, who had to end Thursday’s training session early with strapping on his knee, also took part in the session and Solskjaer spoke about how important it was to get through pre-season without any injuries.
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“You want to get everyone through and you want to get there without any niggles, and losing three or four days,” Solskjaer told MUTV. “I have been part of it myself when you have stop-start pre-seasons, you don’t really get your rhythm going.
“But it is a long season and if you get these six weeks in, then the league starts and there are still three to four weeks there when we have only one game a week, so we can get some proper work done there as well.
“Then, let’s see. I am sure that when the league starts we will be ready, sharp and fit enough.”