Wayne Rooney arrived at Manchester United's Carrington training ground with rumours still surrounding his future at the club.
The England striker remains linked with a move away from Old Trafford, with United's Premier League rivals Chelsea desperate to sign him.
Rooney started England's 3-2 friendly win over Scotland on Wednesday, but doubts remain over whether he will feature for David Moyes' men in their opening clash with Swansea on Saturday.
Behind the wheel: Rooney's future continues to be the subject of discussion as Chelsea remain interested
He is included in David Moyes' provisional squad, but Rafael and Javier Hernandez (both hamstring) and wing duo Nani and Ashley Young are all expected to be sidelined.
Wilfried Zaha stands by for his first top slight start, while Michael Carrick should recover from the eye infection which kept him out of England's friendly.
Rooney has been out of United's pre-season action with a shoulder injury, and after watching him play for his country Moyes reiterated the Premier Leaue champions' stance on the future of their striker.
'There are no more developments and we don't want any because we've told everybody he's not for sale,' said Moyes.
'I'll need to see how he is when I get back. I'll try and assess him. I watched the game last night and I thought for the 65 minutes he played he did well, he ran around and got himself some fitness.'
In action...finally: Wayne Rooney played his first match of pre-season in England's win over Scotland
On the mic: United boss David Moyes is insistent that Rooney is not for sale