Alexis Sanchez and his Manchester United team-mates have been spotted arriving at Carrington as they prepare to face Juventus in their Champions League Group H clash.
The Chilean was a late substitute during the 2-2 draw with Chelsea last weekend but will hope to start against the Italian champions.
He arrived at Carrington but has not trained with the first-team squad.
The fixture sees the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Old Trafford for the first time since the Portuguese star swapped Real Madrid for Juventus.
Ronaldo left United for the Bernabeu in 2009 and has only been back for one professional club appearance as Real knocked the Red Devils out of the Champions League in 2013.
The 33-year-old scored the winner during a feisty 2-1 victory which saw Nani red-carded for an aerial challenge on Alvaro Arbeloa and Sir Alex Ferguson refuse media commitments in the aftermath.
Current United boss Jose Mourinho, who was in charge of Los Blancos that evening, will hope for a much calmer affair when the Old Lady visit this week.
Juventus are currently top of their Champions League group with two wins from two matches while the Red Devils are second, having been held to a draw by Valencia.
Mourinho’s players were photographed arriving at Carrington this morning as they prepare for their biggest European game of the season so far.
Romelu Lukaku was seen driving into the training ground while Spanish stopper David De Gea gave compatriot Juan Mata a lift.
Luke Shaw was keeping a low profile with sunglasses on and his hood up while Fred and Marcus Rashford were also spotted.
Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof, Phil Jones and Eric Bailly were all seen arriving at the complex, although the latter two are not likely to play against the Old Lady.
Diogo Dalot is expected to compete with Ashley Young for the right-back slot with club captain Antonio Valencia seemingly out of favour.
Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard and Marcos Rojo are still working their way back to full fitness and are unlikely to be risked against Juve.