kick-off for Ralf Rangnick’s side really is a must if we have hopes of a place below and want to keep the first four. However, there is hope that United will welcome back some of those absent for the game at the Emirates Stadium, providing an opportunity to bounce back from disappointment at Anfield. Raphael Varane, Scott McTominay, and Cristiano Ronaldo have all returned to training at Carrington.
However, Paul Pobga suffered a calf problem early in the Merseyside defeat and will definitely be out with Luke Shaw and Edinson Cavani also absent. Fred was also absent due to injury and left the Reds. light in the middle. “Scott McTominay will be back and ready to play,” Rangnick confirmed in his pre-match press conference after the Scotland international came on as a substitute against Liverpool.
He trained with us and will train today so he will be available for tomorrow’s game. The same goes for Rapha Varane and of course, Cristiano is available again. deployed on the France international. “Paul seems very unlikely to play again by the end of the season after the scan we did yesterday or the day before.
The doctor told me it will take at least four weeks for him to recover and since the last game is at the end of May, I don’t think it’s very likely that I’ll be able to play again. ARSENAL TEAM NEWS The Gunners are without full-back Kieran Tierney, who is out for the season, while Thomas Partey is also out with a hamstring problem.
Mikel Arteta must hope his players survived midweek’s morale win at Chelsea without major problems. , with Eddie Nketiah making the most of a two-goal start at Stamford Bridge. Defender Takehiro Tomiyasu is about to get back in shape.