Premier League leaders aim to return to action on June 12 – and clubs are slowly bringing their players back to individual training.
Man Utd should do the same, but there is also a lot of speculation of swirling transfer to Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have reportedly sent scouts to watch Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot “several times” already this season.
And that will only heighten speculation that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing a summer raid for the Frenchman, who has left PSG at large to join the Italian side.
According to Tutto Mercato, united scouts were present during Juve matches in the Champions League.
The 25-year-old started three of them, coming off the bench in another.
While Juventus transfer director Fabio Paratici doesn’t think Paul Pogba will leave Man Utd this summer – but only because of his huge salary demands.
Pogba would earn £ 290,000 a week at Old Trafford, a figure Paratici thinks few parties can match.
He told Sky Sports Italia: “Paul Pogba is a fantastic player, we know him as a champion.
“But something will change after the coronavirus crisis, because logically, the salary requirements that someone of his level would have had before are now more difficult to obtain.
“Or, at least, there will be fewer clubs willing to pay this money. “
And in a boost for United fans hoping that the English captain will make his way on the M6, Dimitar Berbatov called on Harry Kane to follow his lead and trade the Spurs for Manchester.
Berbatov told 5 Live’s Football Daily: “When they came, of course, I knew I would disappoint people – especially Tottenham fans – but I was going my own way.
“I knew that if I missed this chance, another might never happen. It’s like that in football.
“The same situation is happening with Harry Kane right now, exactly the same thing. “