MANCHESTER UNITED boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to ring the changes for the Premier League’s final day clash at Wolves.
The Red Devils head to Molineux looking to end the campaign unbeaten from home for the first time in the club’s history.
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However, with second-place already assured, United have much more important things to focus on.
They travel to Gdansk next week to take on Villarreal in the Europa League Final.
Captain Harry Maguire has already been ruled out of that showpiece due to injury and is therefore out of the Wolves clash.
Meanwhile midfielders Fred and Scott McTominay are both available despite picking up knocks against Fulham.
Wingers Anthony Elanga and Amad Diallo could also be involved as Solskjaer looks set to hand some of his youngsters a chance to shine.
Anthony Martial was also hoping to return from injury, but it seems this game has come a little too soon for the Frenchman.
However, one man who will definitely feature at Wolves is Wales winger Daniel James.
Solskjaer said: “Dan will be involved.
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“Unfortunately, Anthony won't make this one for the squad so Harry and Anthony are still working hard to be available for the final. Of course, they've been out for a long time.
“We’re recovering with him [Harry] and resting with him. He’s not at the stage where he can work hard yet. He’s walking on it now but still it’s a long way from walking to playing football.”
Axel Tuanzebe will likely continue in central defence while Solskjaer must decide whether to play Dean Henderson or David De Gea in goal.
Bruno Fernandes will likely be rested along with Paul Pogba – unless the Norwegian decides to go all-out and ensure they finish their domestic campaign on a high.
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