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Manchester United training squad vs Bayern Munich confirmed ahead of Champions League fixture

Raphael Varane and Mason Mount have trained with Manchester United's first-team squad in preparation for Wednesday night's UEFA Champions League group stage opener against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.

Varane has missed each of United's last two matches because of an unspecified injury while Mount has missed the last three games because of a muscular problem. Their absences, coupled with other injury issues, have meant that boss Erik ten Hag has been forced to shuffle his pack in recent weeks.

However, they both trained alongside the rest of their teammates in an open training session in front of the media at the club's Carrington training base on Tuesday morning. A total of 23 players participated in the main session, but Sofyan Amrabat, who joined the club on loan earlier this month, and Kobbie Mainoo trained separately, undergoing individual fitness sessions.

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United will travel to Munich on Tuesday afternoon and will be looking to bounce back from back-to-back 3-1 defeats at the hands of Arsenal and Brighton & Hove Albion. The Reds were brushed aside by the Seagulls at Old Trafford on Saturday, finding themselves 3-0 down before Hannibal Mejbri netted a consolation goal.

Hannibal was included within the 23-man squad that trained on Tuesday morning, as were fellow youngsters Radek Vitek, Ethan Williams and Omari Forson. The quartet are likely to be named on United's 'B List' ahead of the clash in Germany after not being named in the club's 25-man squad that was announced earlier this month.

Among the senior figures that trained on Tuesday were the likes of