Manchester United boss Olé Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that there could be some unexpected changes in the team, when we face West Ham in the FA Cup on Tuesday.
With Paul Pogba injured, the Frenchman is not expected to be available for the clash, which could make way for either Scott McTominay or Fred to fill in.
Eric Bailly is also not a certainty for now, as the Ivorian continues to recover from injury, having not played in the last few games.
Meanwhile, Harry Maguire could also get the game off to rest, having played the most minutes for any Manchester United player this season, although the boss insists nothing has been decided yet.
Speaking to the media, ahead of the West Ham clash, he said, “With Paul Pogba and Eric Bailly, I’m not sure if they’re going to be fit. I think Eric is closer than Paul.
“Of course, I think about if Harry Maguire needs a rest. If he physically can’t keep going and going. Then, the nature of a centre-back position is a different position compared to full-backs or wide men or even centre midfielders.
“The centre-backs are the ones that you’re protecting mostly from the real fatigue because you’re working less. Then again, he’s never injured, Harry. But, yeah, I’m not sure if he’ll play on Tuesday or not. I’ve not decided yet.”