Manchester United flew to Luton on Tuesday morning as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer demanded his team return from their weekend defeat to Crystal Palace.
Solskjaer’s men struggled for fluency in attack and were miserable in defense as they fell due 3-1 in the opening match of the Premier League.
They now face Luton Town in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night, after Solskjaer confirmed he would make changes to the starting line-up.
Dean Henderson will start in the net and look at it as a great opportunity to prove his worth in the game, showing that he has the mindset to be a United keeper.
Henderson, who played the title role on loan at Sheffield United last season, faces the prospect of going for long periods without having much to do before he is called to work now and he’s back at Old Trafford, and needs to prove his concentration levels are what is needed if He would rape. David de Gea.
It’s also likely that a number of marginalized guys will start, along with players who need minutes.
Mason Greenwood, who was only a substitute at the weekend, was expected to return to the starting line-up, while Dan James – who left after 45 minutes on Saturday – was also present at Manchester airport.
The likes of Bruno Fernandez, captain Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford have also traveled, and are likely to witness some excitement, despite Solskjaer’s announcement that he will change his lineup.
Solshire confirmed while speaking to “We’re going to make some changes.” United Official Website.
“Of course we will. For some, this is pre-season, and for some, they have only been here for a week now for various reasons.”
“Some of them need playtime, they are, and we can see that we lack sharpness. We just need to make the most of the training sessions and games that we have.
“No injuries, no new injuries after that match [on Saturday] But, like I said, we’re going to take turns and give some minutes.
“Some, after the match, will be doing some tough training this week to prepare Brighton. Some will join the team and go down there. ”
Solskjaer knows that his team cannot afford another terrible show.
But they head for Kenilworth Road knowing Luton is doing well under Nathan Jones.
The Hatters started the campaign with four successive League and Cup victories.
Solskjaer insists that while it is a big game for the hosts, it is also a big match for some of his men, as they look to make their way into his first team.
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“They started really well and finished well last season, too,” added Solshire.
“They beat Norwich Reading to get here and Derby and Barnsley in the league.
“It’s a big game for them Manchester UnitedAnd
“But it’s a big game for many of our players too, they want to join the team.”
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