Solskjaer hopeful of Lingard return
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hopeful Jesse Lingard can recover from injury in time for this weekend's game with Everton.
“I'm not sure about Jesse, but I hope [he can feature],”Ole told reporters, after the Reds had secured top spot in Europa League Group L with a 4-0 victory over AZ Alkmaar.
“He wasn't training today, but we'll check him on Saturday probably. He's really come good now; he's been fit, he's been training well, so we hope so.
The Toffees have question marks over the involvement of five players ahead of the game, Ferguson's second in charge following the departure of Marco Silva.
Theo Walcott was injured during the stirring win over Chelsea and looks the most doubtful of the quintet. Seamus Coleman, Fabian Delph and Yerry Mina are all back in training and will be assessed. Ferguson admitted there is some concern over Lucas Digne, but he hopes the full-back will be okay.Reading this in our app? If not, you might miss some exclusive features not found on ManUtd.com. Download the Official App here.