Marcos Rojo has returned to training at Estudiantes, which will come as good news for Manchester United’s hopes of selling the defender.
The Argentine returned to his homeland during the January transfer window having fallen far down the pecking order at Old Trafford.
His game time at his new club has been limited, though, having arrived from United still recovering from an injury.
However, according to Info Cielo, he has now returned to full training with the club after spending the last 20 days training away from his teammates.
The hope is that he can get a run of games between now and the end of the season, with Manchester United reliant on him returning to full fitness and, hopefully, form so they can look to move him on permanently in the summer.
His loan spell at Estudiantes doesn’t include a purchase option, although there’s every chance that if he can get a run of games under his belt, they will try to make it happen.
Much will likely depend on Rojo, who will know he has no future at Manchester United but may still fancy his chances of playing in Europe.
For now, his focus will be on getting back on the pitch after an injury-ravaged few years, something it seems is now one step closer to happening.