Manchester United are set to receive a major boost to their squad following the international break with Paul Pogba, Michael Carrick and Marcos Rojo set to make their return to the pitch following spells out through injury.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the trio took part in a full training session with Manchester United's under-23s on Wednesday and Thursday as they look to expedite the recovery process from their respective injuries.
The Red Devil's midfield talisman, Paul Pogba missed 12 games after sustaining a torn hamstring against Basel in the Champions League group stages in September. However, the France international could be back in the United lineup after the international break when they face Newcastle United.
Meanwhile, Rojo and Carrick's recovery process may take a little while longer, with Rojo recovering from knee ligament damage and Carrick working to overcome a virus that caused him dizziness and nausea.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has also been steeping up his recovery as he works to overcome a knee ligament injury sustained in the Red Devils' Europa League final triumph over Ajax.
The comeback of the quartet could be seen as timely after United boss Jose Mourinho came under fire for his tactics in the 1-0 defeat at the hands of Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Despite a promising start to the season, points dropped against the likes of Liverpool, Chelsea and Huddersfield Town have seen United fall eight points behind city rivals Manchester City in the Premier League.
As a result of the Red Devils losing ground to their rivals they will be hoping for a return to form following the international break as they face off against Newcastle United at Old Trafford on November 18.