Man Utd boss Solskjaer reveals injury boost ahead of Chelsea clash

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says their medical room is clearing ahead of Sunday's clash with Chelsea.

Solskjaer believes Donny van de Beek can provide a boost by being available again, after missing the two games with Real Sociedad and 3-1 win over Newcastle United.

However, the news on Scott McTominay and Edinson Cavani is not as optimistic and Daniel James faces a race against time to recover from a knock in the 0-0 Europa League draw on Thursday.

"Donny trained today and he felt okay after training so hopefully [there is] no reaction," revealed Solskjaer on Friday. “So he should be with us. It was just a tweak [for Dan]. I need to give him until Saturday or even Sunday so, hopefully, he can shake it off, but I'm not sure.

“They [Paul Pogba and Scott] are out. They've not trained, Edinson hasn't trained yet, so I wouldn't be too optimistic about that. but miracles can happen."