MANCHESTER UNITED could welcome back striker Edinson Cavani for their clash with Brighton at Old Trafford this weekend.
The Uruguayan missed all but one of the Red Devils’ five matches before the international break due to injury.
But he is now returning to full fitness, much to the relief of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is suffering a mini crisis among his attacking options.
Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood could all miss the game having picked up injuries, a selection headache that could see Amad Diallo earn his Premier League debut.
Martial is yet to return to training and while Rashford and Greenwood have re-joined the squad, they are not expected to be fit enough to start.
The ever-present Bruno Fernandes will be well rested for this one having returned from international duty early after picking up a suspension for Portugal’s final World Cup qualifier.
And Dan James will be hoping to build on his crucial goal for Wales against the Czech Republic earlier this week.
In between the sticks, Solskjaer has a big decision to make between David de Gea and Dean Henderson.
Henderson started the six matches before the break, but De Gea is now back in contention having been missing following the birth of his child.
And then there is the question of who will partner Harry Maguire in the centre of defence – Victor Lindelof or Eric Bailly – with Lindelof more likely to be given the nod.
And then there are a few changes Solskjaer could make just to freshen things up, whether that be bringing Alex Telles in for Luke Shaw or opting to give 17-year-old Shola Shoretire a third game of the season.
Summer signing Donny van de Beek will also be hoping he can force his way into the side after netting in Netherlands’ 7-0 win over Gibraltar on Tuesday.
Man Utd and Brighton will meet at 7:30pm on Sunday evening as the Red Devils look to firm up their top four ambitions.
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