Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has welcomed two club stars back in training ahead of the next premier league fixture against West Ham United.
Both Alex Telles and Scott McTominay have been spotted at Carrington training grounds ahead of this tough fixture. Telles suffered an ankle injury during pre-season and he hasn't stepped on the pitch for Manchester United this season.
McTominay absence from the Manchester United squad had an immediate effect and his comeback is a major boost for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is under pressure at the moment after a disappointing defeat in the champions league from Young Boys.
Solskjaer says Manchester United is in good shape to bounce back and win their games. He added that though expectations are high ahead of Manchester United next game, he has a different mindset to make sure the Old Trafford side gets three points.
Manchester United fans are pushing the club hierarchy to sack Solskjaer claiming he has failed as a manager. Ours is to wait and see what will happen in the next game.
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