MANCHESTER UNITED are set to welcome back £145million-worth of talent for tomorrow’s Carabao Cup clash against Crystal Palace.
The Red Devils ended a horrendous three-game losing streak with Saturday’s 1-0 win over Burnley.
The victory was overshadowed by Marcus Rashford’s terrifying car crash just hours later.
But United made it to the training ground on Sunday to prepare for back-to-back games against Palace.
And they could receive a double boost worth a combined £145m after Harry Maguire and Mason Mount joined in full-team training.
Neither player made Erik ten Hag’s bench against Burnley the previous day.
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Maguire, who cost £85m from Leicester in 2019, picked up a problem ahead of the 4-3 defeat at Bayern Munich.
And Mount, a £60m signing from Chelsea in July, hasn’t played since United’s 2-0 loss to Spurs last month after suffering a hamstring injury.
However, the big-money England stars looked in good spirits as the Red Devils trained at Carrington yesterday.
And they could both make returns against Roy Hodgson's side tomorrow.
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Ten Hag is likely to ring the changes as he focuses on the Premier League and Champions League.
It means Maguire and Mount could both be thrust into the starting XI at Old Trafford tomorrow.
And they could be joined by others returning from injury, with Sofyan Amrabat hoping to make his full debut after coming off the bench at Turf Moor.
Raphael Varane is also ready to start following his cameo appearance on Saturday.
And there could even be a reprieve for Donny van de Beek, who featured just ten times last season and is yet to make an appearance in the new campaign.
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