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Solskjaer gives an update on Martial and Shaw fitness

Wed 02 December 2020 | 14:56

The Red Devils manager makes a few alterations as they head to face their Champions League opponent, PSG.

Manchester United

coach,

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

, gave an update on

Anthony Martial

and

Luke Shaw

progress ahead of their clash with

Paris Saint-Germain

in the Champions League competition. The Red Devils, who already sit at the top of Group H with nine points, will be hosting a strong opponent and their win could decide the rest of their European race.

Both Martial and Shaw have been sidelined during their recent win against

Southampton

, and Solskjaer hopes to be able to select one of the players despite not revealing his final decision for the line-up.

“Anthony got through the session and felt okay, so he's available for selection,”

he said.

“Luke is probably the biggest doubt but the rest of them are holding their hands up saying: 'I'm ready'.”

“Luke isn't too far away so let's see what we do with him for tomorrow. Then, of course, Phil [Jones] has been away for a long time but now we're getting more and more players ready to participate in every game.”

The Norwegian boss also gave an update on

David de Gea

adding:

"David trained well today, as did the rest of the group. It was a good session."

Later Solskjaer talked about the game saying:

"The Champions League is what we all want to be part of, playing against the best players in the world. You’ve got the likes of Mbappe, Neymar, Di Maria… class players, and we’ll welcome Ander [Herrera] back.”

"Marquinhos is one of the best centre-backs in the world, so these are the games we look forward to, the real tests. We are more ready than before.”


source: SportMob

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