Manchester United have been handed a big boost with Alejandro Garnacho included in the travelling squad for this evening’s Premier League clash against West Ham United.
The Argentine has not played for the Red Devils since the goalless draw against Southampton in early March. He suffered an ankle ligament injury after a strong tackle from Kyle Walker-Peters.
Man Utd handed big boost ahead of West Ham game
Garnacho has had a fantastic breakthrough season with the Red Devils. He has contributed four goals and five assists from just over 1,000 minutes of first-team football.
His goal involvements have all come in winning situations for United. The €25 million-rated star definitely has immense potential and could feature off the bench this evening.
Garnacho scored a vital second goal in the FA Cup fifth round tie against West Ham earlier in March. United eventually won the game by a 3-1 scoreline at Old Trafford.
It could be another tight contest against the Hammers at the London Stadium today. The teenager could have a part to play off the bench if United find themselves struggling.
United have won their last five league meetings against the Hammers and four of those have been with a one-goal margin. They would certainly take another victory in the same fashion.
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