Manchester United will continue their preparations for Saturday's match against Tottenham Hotspur today.

It's been a tough week for United after the 5-0 drubbing at the hands of Liverpool and the increased pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's job but there was at least some good news in Wednesday's training session.

After being unavailable since the international break after picking up a groin injury with France, Raphael Varane was back on the training field and was photographed in conversation with Solskjaer.

It's not clear how involved he was in the session and if he will be fit enough for Sunday's trip to North London but it's certainly a positive sign.

Elsewhere, Marcus Rashford has spoken for the first time since the defeat to Liverpool.

"I can’t lie you haven’t heard from me on here because as a United fan I didn’t really know what to say after Sunday," he Tweeted.

"I was embarrassed. I am embarrassed. Our fans are everything and you didn’t deserve that. We’re working hard to try and fix this. We have to redeem ourselves."

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Varane sends Josh Cavallo message of support after footballer comes out as gay

Raphael Varane has sent a message with his "full support" to Adelaide United's Josh Cavallo, who on Wednesday became the only known top-flight footballer in the world to come out as gay.

Former Newcastle Jets striker Andy Brennan was the first to come out whilst still playing, as well as former LA Galaxy player Robbie Rogers who announced he was gay upon retirement in 2013 before returning to become a MLS Cup winner.

Former Premier League footballer Thomas Hitzlsperger in 2014 came out after retiring.

See what he said here.

Raphael Varane says Josh Cavallo has his full support after the Australian come out as gay. (Image: Photo by Visionhaus/Getty Images)

Cristiano Ronaldo holding Manchester United dressing room together

Cristiano Ronaldo has attempted to rally the Manchester United dressing room in their time of crisis.

Sources say Ronaldo is holding the dressing room together and he has encouraged teammates to support beleaguered manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Ronaldo advised the United players to not down tools, irrespective of what they thought of Solskjaer's tactics, until an eventual change of manager.

United have resisted sacking Solskjaer mainly because they have no succession plan for the Norwegian, who will take charge at Tottenham on Saturday.

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'I'm embarrassed' - Marcus Rashford breaks silence on Manchester United's Liverpool humiliation

Marcus Rashford has admitted he is 'embarrassed' by Manchester United's 5-0 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday and wants the players to 'redeem' themselves.

It's been a difficult week for United that started when they were demolished by their bitter rivals at Old Trafford in a feckless and gutless display.

Naby Keita gave Liverpool the lead after just five minutes and things didn't get better from there, as Diogo Jota and a Mohamed Salah double meant United were 4-0 down at the break.

Here's what he said.

Marcus Rashford of Manchester United (Image: Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)