Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided an injury update ahead of tomorrow’s vital Champions League Group H clash with Paris St Germain at Old Trafford tomorrow.
‘The training group today was a massive one today and everyone’s held their hand up today and made themselves available for selection,’ he beamed.
‘David [de Gea] trained well today and he’s available for selection.
‘Edinson is ready to play, of course it’s special for him to play against PSG, his old club where he’s the top scorer so that’ll affect him mentally.
‘I think from knowing him that’ll give him energy, he’s so professional, experienced so of course he’ll work on his mindset today and tomorrow to be ready for the game.
‘That goes for the FA [situation with racism claims] .. he’s learned a lesson and it might affect him, but he’ll have to put it to one side and not let it affect him.’
Other than Phil Jones, who is still a long-term absentee, Axel Tuanzebe, who is suspended, and Luke Shaw, who the club previously confirmed is not yet ready, Solskjaer’s comments suggest that he has a full-strength squad to choose from. This means that Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay, Eric Bailly and Alex Telles have all brushed off their respective injuries, which is fantastic news going into tomorrow’s game.
United need just a point from the game to ensure they qualify from the group with a match to spare.
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