Alex Telles has not featured for Manchester United since that famous 2-1 win over Paris Saint-German in the Uefa Champions League group opener as manager Ole announced that the left-back had tested positive for Covid-19.
That forced Telles to go for isolation as required and try fight back the virus before being allowed to training once again.
Last week, Telles made his way into Carrington for another test but returned back home immediately leaving it obvious for fans to guess that the results came out positive as he did not resume first team training again.
The left-back did produce a world class performance against PSG to leave United fans salivating of more and many have been feeling that his absence has somehow played a part in their team lacking more creativity from the wings hence displaying some abysmal performances as was on Wednesday when they lost to Istanbul Basaksehir.
However, news coming in will be a big boost as it is now reported by Chief Writer for Manchester United Evening News Samuel Luckhurst that Telles is in Carrington training after having a Covid-19 test yesterday.
"Alex Telles had his second COVID test at Carrington yesterday and is there this morning, which is some much-needed positive news for #mufc. Has an outside chance of returning at Everton," tweeted Samuel.
This for sure is some much needed news for United who will for sure be happy to welcome back Telles even as soon as against Everton tomorrow.
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