Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has reported to training on Tuesday morning easing concerns that he may have picked up an injury, according to The Mirror.
The English tabloid claims that fears were raised after the England international was not pictured at Carrington on Monday, but it appears he will be available for the trip to face Sheriff later this week.
Rashford was not in the squad for the game against Real Sociedad last Thursday, with Cristiano Ronaldo having taken his place up front for the Europa League clash at Old Trafford.
However, a 1-0 home defeat means they are already playing catch-up in their group, and manager Erik ten Hag will be keen to get three points on the board out in Moldova.
Rashford has started the campaign in good form, having scored three times in his six Premier League outings, and he could well be needed to face Sheriff.