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Manchester United's Fred sits out Brazil training session with ankle injury

Manchester United's Fred sits out Brazil training session with ankle injury”

Brazil team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar said Fred will be monitored, with Tite's men set to play Austria on Sunday in their final friendly before Russian Federation 2018.

United announced on Tuesday they have agreed a deal, which sources have told ESPN FC is worth around £47 million, with Ukrainian champions Shakhtar Donetsk for Fred. He sat out for at least the rest of the portion of training in London that was open to the media. "Tomorrow we will know whether he will have to be further examined or not".

Brazil team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar described the injury, which happened in London, as a "trauma in his ankle".

Brazil will face their last friendly of the season against Austria On Sunday before traveling to the World Cup in Russian Federation.

Marcelo
Marcelo is hopeful Fred’s injury is nothing serious

But Neymar returned to form in fine style last week, scoring at Anfield after coming off the bench against Croatia. Tite also kept winger Willian in the team, which suggests he will use midfielder Philippe Coutinho in a more central position in Vienna.

Manchester United-bound Fred has been injured while training with Brazil ahead of their World Cup warm-up game against Austria on Sunday.

Brazil begin their Group E campaign on June 17 against Switzerland in Rostov before matches against Costa Rica in St Petersburg and Serbia in Moscow.

"This is the World Cup, everyone is training hard and working hard", said Marcelo.



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