“Dean [Henderson] has not got the after-effect and tiredness anymore, that’s very positive,” Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told reporters in the pre-match press conference.
“[Alex] Telles is not 100 percent yet, still a few weeks and Scott [McTominay] has recovered very quickly from the operation. He’s probably not gonna play, depending on who we’ve got available and can use.
“Jadon’s [Sancho] come back in with a minor knock but is determined to play, to be fit, he’s available, that’s a positive.
“Cristiano’s [Ronaldo] trained all week, we didn’t get anyone injured in internationals, not a lot of recoveries but they will be available, I think.”
Manchester United fans are eagerly waiting to see CR7 step out in his iconic shirt in front of a full Old Trafford crowd when we play Newcastle on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Ole hasn’t confirmed if the 36-year-old will start but it will be interesting to see if Sancho gets a chance. The young winger is yet to make a solid impression and recently picked up a minor knock during international duty with England.