Darren Fletcher’s bowel condition has left him out of the Manchester United’s playing fields since December of 2012 although things are getting better for the Scottish midfielder as he is active playing for the club’s Under-21 and even completed playing for 90 minutes as he played an entire match last month.
Even though he is active and being featured for the Under-21’s team, Moyes still believes that he still cannot play for the main squad as he needs to get completely fit and recovered from the condition he has been experiencing.
He told the Manchester United official website: “I don’t think Darren is quite ready yet.
“He has a bit to do in terms of more reserve games. It’s great to see him training regularly, that’s a big thing.
“He’s beginning to look like a footballer again, and that in itself is a real plus for him.”
Manchester United lost one of their most influential players of the midfield when Michael Carrick suffered from an Achilles injury on November which is starting to become a big problem for Moyes as it is becoming a position that the champions of the Premier League have been struggling most on in this season.
They are even expected to make a move for a number of midfielders as they hope it can be solved by next year. Fellaini was signed from Everton but he is not performing as once thought, Carrick is injured and the arrival of Fletcher can be a temporary solution to their main problems.
Darren Fletcher played in the Under-21’s team alongside Wilfried Zaha who has only made 1 appearance under the guidance of David Moyes. Zaha joined Manchester United earlier this year in January with a price tag of £15 million but he has barely made any impact in the team