- Alex Telles is set to make his Premier League debut for Manchester United
- The Brazilian tested negative for coronavirus while on international duty
- It will come as a huge relief for the Red Devils after Luke Shaw suffered a hamstring injury
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men will host West Brom at Old Trafford at the weekend
Alex Telles could be available for Manchester United when they return to Premier League action after testing negative to coronavirus while on international duty.
The Brazilian left-back has been missed four games since his arrival from FC Porto but with Luke Shaw out with a hamstring injury, Telles looks set to take his place.
The 27-year-old was left on the bench during Brazil's 2-0 victory over Uruguay in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers but made a substitute appearance in the win over Venezuela a few days earlier.
An update from the Brazilian Football Confederation read:
"Alex Telles already had the disease, was asymptomatic and with a non-transmissible condition of the virus, but he could not travel to Uruguay.
"On the last exam, however, the defender's test came back negative and the defender was released for the game."
United are hopeful their new signing will be available for the clash against West Brom at Old Trafford on Saturday, November 21, 2020.
Telles' only match under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was during their Champions Legaue clash against Paris Saint-German at Parc des Princes back in October.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Luis Suarez will miss his much-anticipated clash against his former side Atletico Madrid after testing positive for coronavirus.
The Uruguayan Football Association confirmed that the Atletico Madrid striker, goalkeeper Rodrigo Munoz and backroom staff member Matias Faral have all contracted the disease while on international duty.
The three of them are currently self-isolating and are in good health but it will cost Suarez missing the match at Camp Nou when league action resumes in Spain.
The Reds captain was substituted at half time and England boss Gareth Southgate has stated that Henderson's injury is tightness.
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