Gareth Bale and Sergio Reguilon trained away from the rest of the Real Madrid squad on Friday as speculation over their respective futures rumbles on.
The duo are both available for transfer this summer and have been attracting interest from Man Utd.
As per Marca's report, while the pair were forced to train separately, it was only as both stars are currently nursing injuries.
They were joined by ex-Chelsea star Eden Hazard in the gym for their rehabilitation as the other squad members were put through a session out on the training pitches.
Bale's returned from international duty with Wales with a knee injury which has delayed showdown talks with boss Zinedine Zidane.
The Welshman is thought to have angered club chiefs after revealing during an interview while with Wales that Madrid were making it "very difficult" for him to leave the club.
United have tried several times to sign Bale previously, while an unnamed Premier League club failed with a deadline day bid for the winger last summer.
It is thought Bale will be allowed to move on this time round, with Madrid even willing to pay some of his wages to get him off the books, while his price tag is set at around £22million.
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Reguilon meanwhile is recovering from an ankle injury he picked up on Spain duty.
The left-back has been offered to United as Madrid try to offload the defender to raise funds for their own transfers.
He enjoyed an impressive campaign on loan at Sevilla last season, helping them to win the Europa League, but the 23-year-old is deemed to be behind Marcelo and Ferland Mendy in the Madrid pecking order.
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The Los Blancos value Reguilon at £27m, but United are believed to be prioritising signing an attacking player rather than add another full-back to their ranks.
Sevilla are currently waiting in the wings but are aware they cannot compete with clubs willing to pay that sort of money.
Tottenham have also been linked but manager Jose Mourinho is focusing his efforts on buying a striker.
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