Manchester United have taken on a 24-man squad in Turkey against third-placed Champions League group champions Istanbul Basaksehir.
United are still without Alex Tales, who tested positive for COVID-19 and has not trained since making his debut against Paris Saint-Germain two weeks ago.
Anthony Marshall is available after the end of his domestic ban but new signing Fasundo Pelistri has not traveled, setting the bench for a 2-1 win over PSG.
United manager Ole Gunnar will be able to name 12 options in Salisbury Champions League games, where he is limited to seven options at home.
Timothy Fasu-Mensah, Teden Mengi, Daniel James and Odian Ighalo are also in the squad’s rematch on the day of the loss to Arsenal on Sunday.
United’s pace was halted in a disappointing fashion as they lost to Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Ole Gunnar Solskazar’s side have been unbeaten since the October international break following a draw against Chelsea, losing to Newcastle, PSG and Leipzig in the Arabian Peninsula, but have never gone against the Gunners.
Thanks – this concentrated season – the next match is never too far away, and United will face Istanbul Basakeshir in the Champions League this week.
Sign up for our daily newsletter here for your latest connected news, including the Matchday newsletter before the Games in Turkey on Wednesday – it’s free and it takes a few seconds.
United players need to be tested before the Champions League of Out games to determine if they can travel abroad, and Tales (227) has missed United’s last three matches against Chelsea, Arab Leipzig and Arsenal at Old Trafford.
His performances in Paris were followed by acquisitions by Brazilian internationals, where he took a place in the middle of the second half through Paul Pogba. The only other squad presence in the Tales was a 4-1 win over Newcastle.
Guaranteed squad members
David de Zia, Dean Henderson, Lee Grant; Aaron One-Bisca, Timothy Fasu-Mensah, Axel Tuanzebi, Victor Lindelf, Teden Mengi, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Brandon Williams; Nemanja Matic, Fred, Scott McMahon, Paul Pogba, Donnie van de Beck, Juan Mata, Daniel James, Bruno Fernande; Anthony Marshall, Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani, Odian Ighalo, Mason Greenwood