What’s the team news? The boss has confirmed that Anthony Martial is fit to return following a two-game absence through injury, after he and Zlatan Ibrahimovic trained on Monday morning. Paul Pogba was involved later in Monday's session at the Aon Training Complex, but Mourinho is unsure yet whether he will be able to face Sevilla. Fellow midfielder Marouane Fellaini could be pushing for a start after returning as a substitute against Liverpool following a speedy recovery from knee surgery. Phil Jones, Daley Blind, Marcos Rojo and Ander Herrera have also missed recent matches. Meanwhile, Sevilla will be without former Manchester City player Jesus Navas, who wasn't included in the 22-man squad that travelled to Manchester because of an injury to his right calf.
Manchester United return to Premier League action on Saturday with a 15:00 BST kick-off against Swansea City at Old Trafford.
With many of the Reds away on international duty, there is always the fear that some could return with injury or fitness worries, following the batch of friendly matches.
Scott McTominay was forced to withdraw from the Scotland squad after making his debut against Costa Rica, thus missing the 1-0 victory in Hungary. Sergio Romero was taken off during Argentina's 6-1 loss to Spain after being hurt when Diego Costa was in the process of scoring the opening goal for the hosts.
Marcos Rojo played the full game at the Wanda Metropolitano, his first appearance since the 2-0 win over Huddersfield Town on 3 February, suggesting he should be available for the weekend. Ander Herrera is also fit again after declaring he is ready to return after a lay-off, but Phil Jones was not called up to the England squad due to his injury.
Paul Pogba was left limping after a first-half challenge during France's 3-1 success in Russia but later scored a wonderful free-kick and completed the 90 minutes. Ashley Young also appeared to hurt his knee towards the end of England's 1-1 draw with Italy, only to shrug the knockoff. Hopefully, both will be fine when reporting back to the Aon Training Complex.
Of course, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is no longer an option after his contract was terminated so he could join MLS side LA Galaxy.
The in-form Swans are likely to be without Angel Rangel, Leroy Fer, and Wilfried Bony, while Renato Sanches, the midfielder on loan from Bayern Munich, might be ready for a comeback.
Manager Jose Mourinho will face the media on Friday to offer more news on his plans for the encounter.
Jose Mourinho has revealed that defenders Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo have both regained full fitness and are available for this weekend’s Premier League clash against Swansea City.
Rojo has not featured for the Reds since the Huddersfield Town league win on 3 February, while Jones’s last involvement came in the 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United a week later.
Mourinho, who was speaking in his pre-match press conference at the Aon Training Complex, also confirmed that Daley Blind has returned to training with the first team, but is not yet ready for this weekend’s match.
However, Sergio Romero, who was hurt on international duty during Argentina’s 6-1 defeat to Spain, will miss the Swansea match as he bids to recover from the injury.
Ashley Young also picked up a problem during the final stages of England’s game against Italy on Tuesday, but the United manager declared there was a chance he could shrug the knock off in time for the weekend.
“Apart of Daley, who is training with us, but obviously not available after a couple of months out, we recovered all the other problems we had,” said Mourinho. “That includes Phil Jones, of course, Marcos Rojo, who played already with Argentina, so the picture improved a lot for us in that aspect.
"Romero is injured and I think he will be for a few weeks," added the United manager. "I think in general he was lucky because it was a strong contact, a strong contusion, and he will take a little bit of time to recover.
"Ashley Young had a problem in the last part of the game against Italy, but we think there is a chance for him to recover."
Meanwhile, Carlos Carvalhal’s Swansea have doubts over Angel Rangel, Leroy Fer and Wilfried Bony, but Renato Sanches, the Bayern Munich midfielder on loan at the Liberty Stadium, could be poised for a return to the side.
Deleted: 'indonesian wizard'
May 10, 2018 18:27:15 GMT
WhatsTheMata: Glad you think it's funny. When we get fucked around by the spells you just deleted you will take me seriously
May 19, 2018 11:57:48 GMT
No.7: Can this thread be unlocked or is it too early? not that i want Jose out now but i think were coming close to that time and want to hear peoples opinions on the subject.
Sept 20, 2018 10:15:25 GMT
cjjagzmoni: Pogba is a good lad minus the showboating..I think at Juventus he had Older players like Pirlo,Chiellini,Marchisio,Bonucci who shout and screams at him so he was more serious at Juve ,We dont have those type of leaders at United to caution him.
Nov 1, 2018 3:36:38 GMT
geo: Cardiff City - Huddersfield Town - Bournemouth - Newcastle United = 12 points. Back in the hunt. Come on.
Dec 19, 2018 17:55:18 GMT
geo: Job done as above - next step, stay unbeaten until we get to the PSG game.
Jan 3, 2019 23:17:42 GMT
theedge: Just discovered this forum. I live in Canada so don't get to many games, but I get to watch all the games live. Last 2 games attended in person: Europa League Final in Stockholm 2017, FA Cup Final 2016. Won the last 11 I've been to. I need to go more often
Apr 1, 2019 23:25:01 GMT
simes: Kazakhstan....well blow me down...been there many a time, not so bad a journey. FC Astana are not a bad outfit, gave Celtic a good run, and the National side beat Scotland. What do you reckon a walk over? BTW its easy to get to, I always use Air Astana.
Aug 30, 2019 14:11:59 GMT
snan1218: Hi,I'm very new member,the Red Devil from Malaysia.
Oct 10, 2019 9:16:40 GMT
shah: Hi i am shah been united fan from birec
Jan 24, 2020 8:33:02 GMT