Manchester United’s manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has extra options to select from a fairly healthy squad.
The Red Devils are in Rome to finish the job of making the Europa League final, after a head-turning 6-2 win in the first leg at Old Trafford last week.
The club’s media confirmed Ole will have to make tricky selection decisions, including the additions of deserving youngsters.
Full statement update:
“Although the Liverpool match on Sunday did not take place, Ole's selection included Mason Greenwood, with Edinson Cavani among the substitutes.
Both strikers are in red-hot form and it will be interesting to see who starts at the Stadio Olimpico, while Eric Bailly is available again and an option to come into defence if the manager decides to freshen things up.
David De Gea started the first leg, and both matches against Granada in the previous round, while Dean Henderson has been keeping goal in the Premier League.
Anthony Martial and Phil Jones have been out through injury while Amad could travel after being left out of the Under-23s' 6-2 win at Derby County on Monday.”