All you Manchester United fans: here’s some good news for you. The injured trio, namely Paul Scholes, Gary Neville and Louis Saha, have all been tipped to be back before long and gladly before than they were originally thought to return.
Goal.com reports that while Scholes’ knee ligaments have healed and he has resumed training and should play against Spurs in a FA Cup tie later this month, Neville would also be back at around the same and maybe even earlier. Neville is actually set to fly out with the Man United team on a four day camp to the Middle East but united manager Sir Alex Ferguson is also thinking of keeping him at home to allow him to play another reserve match.
Saha is also likely to return from injury and Man United consistently maintain that the French international striker is not out for the rest of the season at all. Although the club has failed to define the exact time for the player’s comeback, the officials have maintained that Saha will play his part in United’s season.
Manchester United are already top of the Premiership and have started to peak at just the right time and with the return of Scholes, Neville and Saha, the Red devils would become an even greater force.