Luke Shaw’s fitness is a cause for concern for Manchester United ahead of Everton.

Shaw missed out on the dramatic win over Villarreal on Wednesday when his deputy Alex Telles scored a stunning equalizer.

Yesterday the English defender was pictured again in full training with the squad before the game.

Solskjaer also gave the club website a quick injury update on Shaw.

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“Luke trained this morning, he had a shoulder injury and was ill, so hopefully he can do it tomorrow,” said Solskjaer.

“Marcus [Rashford] fully trained today, for the first time in a while that he could really participate, that he could be tackled, a few tackles flown in, that’s good. So we should be fine, ”he added.

Rashford was also pictured in full training, everyone smiling as he neared recovery.

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Rashford won’t play against Everton but Solskjaer is hoping to have the Englishman back after the international break to face Leicester.

“I hope he will be involved against Leicester,” said Solskjaer. “He worked very hard physically.

“Let’s hope that he can find his way around again and find his movement early on. I now see many reasons why he can be involved against Leicester. “

Telles’ midweek performance means United won’t have to push Shaw back if he’s not fully ready.

However, it would be a boost if United had him available for a game that could take them to the top of the league with a win.

Manchester United training session(Matthew Peters / Manchester United via Getty Images)Manchester United training session(Matthew Peters / Manchester United via Getty Images)

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