Manchester United have received a double injury boost ahead of their trip to London to face West Ham this weekend in the Premier League.
It’s good news for Man United as they are set to head into a hectic run of fixtures, playing five matches in 14 days.
United will play visitors to West Ham on Sunday before they play the Hammers again but this time at Old Trafford on Wednesday in the Carabao Cup.
The Red Devils will welcome Aston Villa the following Saturday before hosting Villarreal in the Champions League on Wednesday and Everton in the Premier League three days later.
The likes of Scott McTominay and Alex Telles have returned to full training, to hand Solskjaer enough options in his squad.
McTominay missed United’s game against Newcastle United and Young Boys despite returning to training last week. Telles suffered an ankle injury during pre-season.
Solskjaer wants to give the pair more training sessions before deciding if they will be part of this weekend’s away game against West Ham.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer issues update on McTominay and Telles “Scott [McTominay] and Alex [Telles] have joined in training this morning fully,” Solskjaer told MUTV.
“They look good. Of course we need to have them go through a few sessions before we can consider if they’re going to be available.”
Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford trained with his teammates today but Solskjaer didn’t confirm when the Englishman would join his matchday squad.