- Man United vs Leipzig take centre stage tonight and Solskjaer has no injury worries ahead of the tie with exception of Bailly and Jesse Lingard
- Anthony Martial is expected to return to the squad as his suspension does not apply to UEFA matches
- Harry Maguire is also due to play his first United Champions League match having missed the group opener against PSG
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have a nearly fully fit squad to select from when Man United takes on RB Leipzig for their second Champions League group fixture on Wednesday night, October 28, at Old Trafford.
It was gathered that only the pair of Eric Bailly and Jesse Lingard will possibly miss the Group H fixture.
Be that as it may, over time it has become a little tricky to predict Solskjaer's line up for any particular tie given the Norwegian has been rotating his team set up often.
As such, it remains unclear if he could settle for the side that drew 0-0 with Chelsea at the weekend or revert back to the team that stunned Paris Saint-Germain in their Champions League group opener.
However, Anthony Martial, Bruno Fernandes and David de Gea are key among the players sure to start against Leipzig.
Scott McTominay is the other player who could join the trio, having joined Solskjaer in the manager's presser in a massive hint the Scotsman is due to start.
New signing Alex Telles could also possibly be drafted in the starting line up, which would suggest a 3-5-2 formation.
As such Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Lindelof could take charge at the heart of defence, with Telles and Wan-Bissaka playing on either side of the flanks.
McTominay could be paired with Fred in the midfield behind Fernandes who will play his no. 10 role.
The pair of Marcus Rashford and Martial are likely to lead the goal hunt, with Edinson Cavani thought not to be match fit to start.
Victory over the Bundesliga side will see United move top of Group H with six points.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Manchester United who are Premier League giants are reportedly interested in the signing of AC Milan star Hakan Calhanoglu and the Red Devils are ready to offer him five-year deal.
Hakan Calhanoglu currently has a contract with AC Milan which will expire next summer and the 26-year-old is said to have turned his back against extending his deal.
However, Manchester United are not the only clubs monitoring Hakan's situation at AC Milan as other big sides in Europe are also interested.
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Source: Legit Newspaper