Manchester United will monitor Edinson Cavani’s fitness ahead of Saturday night’s Premier League showdown with Everton at Old Trafford.
The Uruguayan hurt his ankle after he was badly smashed from behind by Southampton’s Kayne Ramsay.
An offense that initially led to a penalty being awarded by referee Mike Dean during the first half of the Reds’ 9-0 triumph on Tuesday night.
However, after much consideration, the VAR review decided the foul came inches outside of the penalty area so a free-kick was awarded instead.
Phil Jones is working his way back to fitness however the Reds are ideally proceeding to deal with the outstanding task at hand truly well.
Luke Shaw, who has been in fine form was rested at half-time against his former club on Tuesday night, while Daniel James came off the bench to net the 9th and provide a reminder of what he can offer on the wing.
The Wales international now has three goals from his last 245 minutes of football as he’s recaptured his scoring contact.
Paul Pogba wasn’t involved in the Saints game and the United’s Player of the Month for January will be hoping for a recall to face Everton.
Everton’s victory at Leeds in midweek, a fourth straight win on the road, means they are on their best away run since the 1985/86 season.
The club has been without their regular shot-stopper Jordan Pickford but Carlo Ancelotti hopes to have the England no.1 available for the Old Trafford game. Regardless, Robin Olsen has been remarkable since he was called up to fill the gap.
Everton’s new signing, Joshua King, another United old kid, will be available to add some wit to their attacking threats.