Manchester United will return to European action tonight when they take on Granada.
United will be hoping to make a strong start in the Europa League quarter-final tie when they travel to Spain to take on the La Liga side for the first time.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been handed a double injury boost ahead of the match with Juan Mata and Alex Telles returning to training.
However Anthony Martial will continue to be sidelined for the foreseeable future after suffering an injury during the international break.
Teenage striker Anthony Elanga could make his debut after he was added to the club’s B-List on Tuesday afternoon.
Meanwhile, Zidane Iqbal has become the latest youngster to sign a professional contract at Old Trafford.
United intend to promote Iqbal to the Under-23 squad next season as he turns 18 later this month.
Marcus Rashford is ‘okay’ after coming through Wednesday’s training session unscathed and remains available for Manchester United’s Europa League trip to Granada.
Rashford is an injury doubt after limping off against Brighton at the weekend, but the forward has traveled to Spain for United’s quarter-final first leg.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Wednesday that Rashford would be assessed after training, and has now confirmed he remains in contention to play some part against Granada.