Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson will miss the facet’s coaching camp in Scotland this week as he continues to endure fatigue after a constructive COVID-19 prognosis three weeks in the past.
Henderson had just lately returned to coaching after recovering from a hip downside however “remains to be feeling the consequences of the virus” a number of weeks on from initially testing constructive.
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“Dean Henderson will miss Manchester United’s Scotland coaching camp whereas he continues his restoration from extended fatigue after contracting a COVID-19 an infection three weeks in the past,” the membership mentioned in a press release.
“He’s anticipated to be coaching once more quickly.”
The 24-year-old, who made 26 appearances for United final season, was a part of Gareth Southgate’s intial Euro 2020 squad however was compelled to withdraw after struggling a hip damage.
Nonetheless, he informed the membership web site on July 31 that he had returned to coaching.
“Yeah [I’m] simply constructing it up day-to-day and, hopefully, I will be proper for the sport, perhaps on the weekend in opposition to Preston,” he mentioned. “We’ll simply see the way it goes over the subsequent few days.
“I will preserve working laborious and, hopefully, I can get some minutes beneath my belt.”
David De Gea, Henderson’s fundamental competitors for the No. 1 spot on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s staff, has but to return to preseason coaching from his post-Euro 2020 break.
United face Everton at Previous Trafford of their closing preseason pleasant on Saturday earlier than beginning their Premier League marketing campaign with the go to of Leeds United per week later.