Man Utd’s Dean Henderson skips preseason training camp in Scotland as he continues to recover from Covid
Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson will skip preseason training camp in Scotland as he continues to recover from Covid-19 three weeks after contracting the virus… with the club revealing the England man is suffering from ‘prolonged fatigue’
- Man United’s friendly against Preston was canceled after nine positive cases
- But players returned to training on Saturday after further tests made everything clear
- But Dean Henderson still suffers from ‘prolonged fatigue’ from the virus
- The 24-year-old United goalkeeper tested positive for Covid three weeks ago
Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson will miss the club’s training camp in Scotland this week as he recovers from Covid-19.
The 24-year-old England international tested positive three weeks ago.
In a statement, the club said Henderson is suffering from “prolonged fatigue” linked to the virus.
Dean Henderson continues to recover from Covid after testing positive three weeks ago
United’s pre-season friendly in Preston on Saturday was canceled after nine positive cases were identified, but players returned to training on Saturday after further tests made everything clear.
Henderson has recovered from the hip injury that forced him out of the England squad at the start of the European Championship in June.
United captain Harry Maguire has joined the squad in Scotland, with Paul Pogba expected back later this week.
Raphael Varane is expected in the UK this week for his medical, but will be in quarantine before completing his move from Real Madrid.
Norwich City wants to loan United defender Brandon Williams. Aston Villa will retain a stake in Axel Tuanzebe alongside Newcastle.
Harry Maguire has joined Man United’s squad in Scotland after his European Championship efforts