Manchester United forward Edinson Cavani picked up a knock in training last week, meaning he was unavailable for the win against Newcastle at the weekend.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that the Uruguayan international won’t be out for too long, suggesting he will be in contention to play very soon.
Scott McTominay has recovered quicker than expected from groin surgery and he could well be back in the matchday squad when United face West Ham on Sunday.
Alex Telles is still a number of weeks away from returning to full fitness due to an ankle problem, and we are looking at the same timeframe for Amad Diallo, who could be out until the next international break with a thigh strain.
Both Dean Henderson (virus) and Phil Jones (knee) started for the Under 23s as United lost 3-1 to Arsenal on Saturday. The two first-team players got valuable game time as they look to build up their fitness.
Marcus Rashford is still recovering from a shoulder operation and he is scheduled to return in mid-October at the very earliest.