Manchester United are increasingly likely to face West Ham United with Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani in their squad after both top stars were spotted arriving at the team’s Lowry Hotel on Friday alongside their team-mates.
Man United recorded a comfortable 3-1 win against Brentford last time out and will look to build their momentum when they host the Hammers on Saturday.
Ronaldo was replaced late in the game against The Bees and was a doubt for Saturday’s game with a neck injury, claims Ralf Rangnick.
However, the Portuguese icon wasn’t the only doubt for the game against the Hammers. The likes of Scott McTominay, Edinson Cavani and Jesse Lingard were all doubts.
“According to the medical staff, and I spoke with Scotty [McTominay] myself yesterday, he should be back in training today and I think he will be available tomorrow,” Rangnick told MUTV.
‘Cristiano is a question mark because he has a problem with his neck.
‘He received treatment yesterday for two-three hours and we will have to wait to see how he feels today.
‘Edi [Cavani] hasn’t been training with the team yet and will hopefully resume training today and then we’ll take the final decision after the training session today, [around] if he will be available for the game tomorrow.
‘Aaron [Wan-Bissaka] will still be missing. He’s still ill.
‘Jesse [Lingard] resumed back for training yesterday and he will be training today so he should be available for the game.”
Victor Lindelof will also seat out the West Ham United’s clash after his request to be with his family, who were forced to hide during an invasion at his home on Wednesday, was granted by Ralf Rangnick.
According to MEN, below are Manchester United’s available players for the West Ham United clash on Saturday.
David de Gea, Dean Henderson, Tom Heaton, Diogo Dalot, Raphael Varane, Phil Jones, Harry Maguire, Alex Telles, Nemanja Matic, Fred, Scott McTominay, Donny van de Beek, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Bruno Fernandes, Anthony Martial, Anthony Elanga, Mason Greenwood, Edinson Cavani, Cristiano Ronaldo, Marcus Rashford