Man Utd players were radiant on the day of returning to training when Garnacho was also present after the noise related to Erik Ten Hag

Manchester United will play Coventry City in the Emirates FA Cup semi-final on Sunday. They will be missing a few players, but at least one could be back.

Amad and Rasmus Hojlund smile in training.

Antony couldn’t play in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Bournemouth because he was hurt, but he was happy when our cameras caught him training at Carrington on Tuesday.

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The Brazilian joined Alejandro Garnacho, who was taken off at halftime in the south coast game, in some passing drills as we continued to get ready for our trip to Wembley.

Andre Onana holds the ball in training.

Erik ten Hag will still have to deal with a long list of injured players, even though our number 21 player seems to be back. Victor Lindelof, Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia, Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw, and Raphael Varane are already out for Sunday’s semi-final.

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Evans and McTominay didn’t play in the draw at Bournemouth, but Erik said before the game that McTominay was trying hard to be in the group to play the Cherries.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka plays a pass in training.

He also said Evans’ muscle injury would not last as long as Varane’s, but he didn’t say when the Northern Ireland international would be able to play again.

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When he holds his pre-game news conference later this week, the boss might give more information about the health of his team.

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Harry Amass, Habeeb Ogunneye, and Ethan Wheatley are all academy players who have been put on matchday squads already this month. On Tuesday, all three were seen working with our senior players.