Anthony Elanga and Alex Telles will be named in Manchester United’s squad to play West Ham in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.
Elanga, 19, made his first debut under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer against Leicester in May before he proceeded to include in United’s Premier League games against Aston Villa and Wolves and he likewise partook in a magnificent pre-season for United this mid year.
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Notwithstanding establishing a heavenly connection, Elanga presently can’t seem to play for United’s first team this season, nonetheless, Solskjaer has now affirmed he’ll be in contention to play against West Ham in the Carabao Cup today, alongside the returning Telles.
Telles sustained an ankle injury in pre-season, however he could make his full return against West Ham, as affirmed by the United boss.
Solskjaer speaking at United’s in-house media, “Anthony [Elanga] was terrific in pre-season.”
“His attitude, his enthusiasm, his directness. I love to see players like this. He was disappointed not to travel down to West Ham [for Sunday’s Premier League game] but he scored for the Under-23s and now he’s ready. He’ll be involved in the squad.
“Alex [Telles] has worked well and will be in the squad as well.
“We lost nobody on Sunday so it’s the same squad or same pool of players to choose from.
“We know it’s early on in the season and some players need minutes to get their proper fitness up so I will make a few changes.”
Source: Manchester Evening news