Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo has reported returned to training.
According to Goal.com, the Argentina international trained on Tuesday and could return to competitive action next month.
Rojo, who can play both as a centre-back and as a left-back, has been sidelined with a dislocated shoulder since November 2, an injury he suffered during the defeat to Manchester City in the Manchester derby.
If the prediction of this report turns out to be true, then it will certainly come as a massive boost to United’s chances of a top-four finish in the Premier League.
Manager Louis van Gaal has seen a number of his first-team regulars suffer injuries throughout the campaign so far, and Rojo's return will help his defence get better.
Since his move from Sporting Lisbon in the summer transfer window, Rojo has established himself as a key player in United’s defence.
In seven Premier League appearances, the 24-year-old has created three chances and has a pass accuracy of 86%. Rojo has also won 45% of his duels.
It seems that Rojo took his family to Old Trafford on Tuesday, as he posted the following picture on Instagram: