Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood could both return from injury for Manchester United against Brighton, but Anthony Martial and Victor Lindelof are hesitant.

They will be available to you

Both Marcus and Mason were forced out of international debt through injury, but trained ahead of the Premier League’s clash with the seagulls on Sunday. Anthony, who contracted an injury while on duty in France, has not trained and remains questionable. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said that as always, when they poison them on an international break, they keep their fingers crossed, they will be available to you.

He says he doesn’t know about Anthony, he didn’t join the training this morning, but Marcus and Mason trained for the first time this morning and hopefully they can get through it without a reaction. If they complete the session tomorrow, they may be available for selection. He also added that none of them exercised this morning. We are still waiting for the final confirmation of how they are.


It will be decided according during the weekend

Despite the optimism in his injury news, Solskjaer would not divulge who will play for United on Sunday. Dean Henderson kicked off the last six games before the international hiatus with David de Gea being granted personal leave to return to Spain for the birth of his daughter.

With question marks about who will be the first pick next season and only nine league games have left the campaign, there will be a close scrutiny of who Solskjaer is picking in the coming weeks. With a maximum of 14 games left this season, the United manager doesn’t have many opportunities to figure out who his number one wants to be.

Solskjaer said that he understands the question and the media narrative that where there is potential tension and controversy, everyone wants to hear a comment from him and that he has great options, they are the best goalkeepers, but both of them want to play as much as possible. and it will be decided according to merit.