The two players continued their rehabilitation despite the coronavirus lockout after recovering from long-term injuries.
And as the club steps up preparations to welcome Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first team to Carrington training ground, it is expected that Pogba and Rashford will return to the fold by the time the campaign receives the green light to to restart. .
Pogba, 26, was limited to just six Premier League starts after suffering a recurring ankle injury.
And Rashford, 22, has been sidelined by a stress fracture in the back since January.
While Solskjaer and his players remain locked out to fight the coronavirus pandemic, United has brought staff back to Carrington.
Ground staff and maintenance workers showed up on the holiday Monday to start preparing the complex for action.
Government guidelines on social distancing were followed while staff prepared training grounds and buildings on site.
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The belief is that players will be able to resume training next month.
The United lockdown was so sudden that even the bus used by the senior team was not picked up by the coach supplier Swans.
It was parked by a secondary entrance to the training ground.