Man United Release Photos of Players That Train Today Ahead Of Tomorrow's Clash
By BillyGimour | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 945 views
Manchester United will be playing their Europa League quarter finals first leg against Granada tomorrow as they aims to lift the trophy this season.
Meanwhile, Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had delivered his team news earlier during the day, he made mention that the likes of Marcus Rashford, Juan Mata, Alex Telles, and Amad Diallo are in contention for the game. But Eric Baily is yet to return from Ivory Coast following his positive covid19 test.
While reports coming from Granada camp says louis Milia, Alberto Soro, and Neydar Lozano are out of the game according to Coach Diego Martinez.
Man United are in good form going to his game and Solskjaer has said that' they would try all their best to get the victory as he would be selecting his lineup based on merits.
However, here are the training photos of Manchester United players today before jetting off to Spain today;
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