The Red Devils are set to welcome back four injured star men for tonight’s crucial Champions League clash against Paris Saint Germain at Old Trafford with hopes of edging the Parisians for the second time after a memorable 1-2 win at the French Capital in October for the group opener.
Man United needing maximum points from tonight’s tie to seal qualification into the knockout round of Europe’s elite club competition will relish the availability of first-choice goalkeeper David De Gea, Alex Telles, Scott McTominay and Anthony Martial after the two formers sustained minor injuries at St Mary’s on Sunday.
Frenchman Anthony Martial returned to training ahead the Parisians visit after falling ill overnight and stayed at the team hotel on Sunday rather than travelling to the St Mary’s with the squad.
The 24-year-old was captured earlier at Carrington with the rest of the squad and is geared up for the clash ahead after missing in action on Sunday when United fought back from two goals behind to secure an incredible comeback against the Saints.
Scott McTominay missed United’s 4-1 trashing of Turkish champions Instanbul Basaksehir last Tuesday at Old Trafford following an unspecified injury picked up in United 1-0 home win over West Brom and was sidelined for Southampton clash over the weekend but is now set for a comeback after impressing during training today.
Summer signing Alex Telles and goalie, David De Gea are both expected to lineup for United today despite initial concerns of a lengthy periods out especially for De Gea following his collision with the woodwork whilst attempting to save James Ward-Prowse’s eventual free-kick goal in Southampton win.
Devils boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer revealed while speaking to the press in the aftermath of the Devils win at Southampton there was no cause for alarm for both players ahead of PSG battle.
Paul Pogba is in a late struggle for fitness having missed a couple a games since return from international duties with France and could be out until weekend when United travel to East London for a crunchy clash against West Ham, with Luke Shaw expected to be out for the remainder of the year after hurting his hamstring at Everton.
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