Good News: Solskjaer Welcomes Two ‘New’ Players For Manchester United


Good News: Solskjaer Welcomes Two ‘New’ Players For Manchester United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed he has two ‘new’ players to prosecute the business end of the season.
The two players Eric Bailly and Timothy Fosu-Mensah have not been available for Manchester United all season but they are now back and will play for Manchester United U23s this week ahead of their expected return to the first team.

United’s reserve side host Newcastle at Leigh Sports Village on Friday night in their latest fixture in the Premier League 2 Division Two and are set to be boosted by the returning duo.
Neither of the defensive pair have featured for United so far this season having suffered respective serious knee injuries last year.

Fosu-Mensah was injured while on loan at Fulham and Bailly suffered his setback when representing United in pre-season against Tottenham last summer.
United have struggled with injuries throughout the season but Solskjaer believes the return of Bailly and Fosu-Mensah will be like two ‘new players’ for the club.

“Eric (Bailly) and Tim (Fosu-Mensah) are going to play in the reserves, so that will be a positive for them,” Solskjaer told MUTV.
“They have been waiting for a long time and training for a while now, so it will be good to see them in the proper kit.

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