MANCHESTER UNITED have received a major boost as Antony is back in training ahead of the FA Cup tie versus Everton.
The Brazilian winger missed the 3-0 victory over Bournemouth on Tuesday with a minor injury.
Antony has resumed training after missing the Bournemouth gameCredit: Getty
He missed the last game with a small injuryCredit: Getty
Harry Maguire will be hoping for another startCredit: Getty
Lisandro Martinez could make his first start as a World Cup winnerCredit: Getty
Raphael Varane and Diogo Dalot were at Carrington after being benched in the previous fixtureCredit: Getty
However, it appears it will be the only game he will miss as he was pictured in training alongside his team-mates ahead of tomorrow’s third round clash with the Toffees.
The ex-Ajax star began life at Old Trafford well, scoring in the first three Premier League games he played in.
But since then his goals have dried up, failing to net in his last five league matches and he has also missed another five fixtures in total due to multiple injuries.
His return will be music to the ears of manager Erik ten Hag, as with Jadon Sancho out, Bruno Fernandes played on the right-wing versus Bournemouth.
Donny van de Beek started in the win although the Dutch midfielder is set to be unavailable for some time after sustaining a potential ACL injury.
Elsewhere, Anthony Martial picked up a knock in the previous game but he is expected to be fit to face Everton as he trained.
Most first-team stars practised and youngsters such as Zidane Iqbal, Sam Murray, Kobiee Mainoo, Nathan Bishop and Radek Vitek joined in too.
Diogo Dalot trained as he is back from injury, as did Lisandro Martinez, who has returned to Carrington after winning the World Cup with Argentina.
Man Utd are in incredible form, having lost just one of their last 16 games in all competitions, with the one blemish coming in a 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa.
Marcus Rashford has been one of the standout performers for the club lately, continuing his goalscoring run from the World Cup.
He has found the back of the net in all four games since his return from Qatar, scoring in victories over Burnley, Nottingham Forest, Wolves and Bournemouth.
After their game tomorrow, attention will turn to the Carabao Cup quarter-final against Charlton next Tuesday.
Marcus Rashford wrapped up warmCredit: Getty
Victor Lindelof and Casemiro got warmed upCredit: Getty
Tom Heaton, Nathan Bishop and Radek Vitek trainedCredit: Getty