Erik ten Hag is facing a waiting game to discover the extent of the new knocks picked up by some of his Manchester United players while out on international duty.
Andre Onana was taken off 10 minutes from time in Cameroon's latest match although reports claim his issue is not too serious. Marcus Rashford has also been given the 'OK' by England boss Gareth Southgate after going down against Malta on Friday.
Christian Eriksen is out for another three weeks while it is in the balance whether Rasmus Hojlund will be back from his strain in time for next Sunday's clash with Everton.
Attention will soon turn to the January transfer window, which is now just over six weeks away. Bruno Fernandes has detailed who he would 'love' to see at Old Trafford in the new year, should Ten Hag plan to search for new recruits.
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Andre Onana will miss Cameroon's game against Libya on Tuesday after picking up an adductor injury last night, according to national outlet Actucameroun.
Onana was forced off in the 81st minute of his side's 3-0 win over Mauritius.
However, the Mirror says the goalkeeper's issue is only thought to be minor, meaning he could be ready in time for next weekend's clash with Everton.
Bruno Fernandes has admitted he would love the Reds to sign João Neves.
Neves has been linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent weeks amid United's midfield struggles. Erik ten Hag was keen to freshen up his midfield this summer and reduce the average age of his options in the middle.
Fernandes has now given any possible move for Neves his seal of approval.
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