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Manchester United have been handed a massive last-minute injury boost ahead of Paris Saint Germain clash.
United star, Victor Lindelof, has returned to training ahead of the side’s Champions League last-16 clash with Paris Saint-Germain.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed that Lindelof was a ‘slight concern’ for Tuesday night’s match with 24-year-old centre-back forced to miss United’s 3-0 victory over Fulham at the weekend.
However, Lindelof looks set to be available for the first leg against PSG after he was spotted with the rest of his team-mates at Carrington on Monday morning.
Matteo Darmian and Antonio Valencia were the only players missing from training.
Lindelof has nailed down a place in Solskjaer’s starting XI with a string of accomplished performances alongside Phil Jones in central defence.
Solskjaer admitted he was hopeful that Lindelof would be available to face PSG when asked about his team changes at Craven Cottage.
‘Couple [of changes] had to be made because [Marcus] Rashford had a dead leg since Leicester,’ Solskjaer told SkySports.
‘Victor [is a] slight concern, hopefully he’ll be okay for Tuesday.
‘Chris [Smalling] and [Phil] Jones did well against [Aleksandar] Mitrovic last time. It’s going to be a fight in the box sometimes so we put them in there.’