Defenders Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo are still missing for Manchester United’s Champions League play-off second leg against Club Brugge this evening.
Neither have played so far this season, with Jones sidelined by a blood clot in his calf and Rojo working his way back to full fitness after an extended summer break.
Real Madrid-linked David de Gea has not travelled with the Red Devils to Belgium as speculation continues to surround his future, and so Sergio Romero will keep his place in goal.
Louis van Gaal has revealed that he intends to use Marouane Fellaini as a striker this season, and the 27-year-ol will start up front in his home country.
Fellaini scored in stoppage time of the reverse fixture, after Memphis Depay had opened his club account with two fine strikes, to give United a 3-1 cushion.
Ander Herrera is also expected to make the United starting XI for the first time this campaign. Michael Carrick could make way for the popular Spaniard in midfield.
Veteran Brugge captain Timmy Simons is a major doubt with a muscle strain, while defender Brandon Mechele is suspended following his red card in the first leg.
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