There are four Manchester United players who have benefited from the training they did in Carrington during the international matches that took place.
Some of the Red Devils players stayed at the training center, to continue with their work and to be ready when the leagues returned.
The first coach of the training, Kieran McKenna has said that there are up to seven players who have been trained intensively, while the international matches were taking place.
“We’re mostly looking at an individual perspective on the week like this,” he told ManUtd TV.
“Obviously, it was a very busy schedule, we had the vast majority away on international duty, but we ended up with six or seven players here and it was good. “We are able to look at them to see what they need individually to help them for the rest of the season really.”
“Last week was a good chance for us to work individually on aspects of their game, technical or physical, that they can really improve and emphasize to help them at the end of the season.” , McKenna further added.
The four first-team players who benefited from this training were Edinson Cavani, Alex Telles, Fred and Aaron Wan-Bissaka. /Telegraph/