Europa League Round of 16: Ole to try out sensational Academy wonderkids against LASK

Europa League Round of 16 Ole Solskjaer likely to test out some youth power
Europa League Round of 16 Ole Solskjaer likely to test out some youth power

Manchester United manager, Ole Solskjaer will likely make certain changes when his side face Linzer Athletik-Sport-Klub, commonly called LASK.

United are 5 goal in advantage against the Australian football club and its believed Ole Solskjaer will be making possible squad changes tomorrow when they meet for the second leg of their match.

Way back on 12th march, the Red Devils triumphed over LASK in Linz when Juan Mata, Daniel James, Andreas Pereira and Odion Ighalo all found the back of the host’s net.

It likely these same names will appear in the second leg clash to finalize the goals they already started, situating that they missed out some of the ending games that had them seal a UEFA Champions League spot for the next season.

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Eric Bailly is a feasible option as the Frenchman has already recovered from a head injury sustained from an accidental head clash with teammate, Harry Maguire during their FA Cup loss against bitter rivals, Chelsea.

Luke Shaw, Axel Tuanzebe and Phil Jones are expected to remain on the sideline while youngsters as Ethan Laird, James Garner and Tahith Chong and Teden Mengi present Ole Solskjaer with an opportunity to test his youths, following they have been training with the senior team lately.

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The last time Teden Mengi appeared on the squad list was against Kazakhstan Astana but remained an unused sub through out the game.

More to come as Ole Solskjaer is to hold a press conference remotely by 13:00 BST.

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