Mason Greenwood is set to make his full Premier League debut for Manchester United ahead of their final game of the season against Cardiff City at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made five changes to the side that was held to a 1-1 draw by Huddersfield Town last weekend ahead of the final Premier League game of the season, against Cardiff City. The first change sees Diogo Dalot replace Luke Shaw as one of the two full-backs.
Ashley Young keeps his place, and will lead the side out once again. At the heart of the Manchester United defence, Chris Smalling comes in for Victor Lindelof, with Phil Jones being his partner. The rest of the side is comprised by Manchester United academy graduates.
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There is only one shuffle in midfield, with Andreas Pereira replacing Nemanja Matic, who has dropped out of the matchday squad altogether, like Shaw. Paul Pogba and Scott McTominay retain their spots in the side, with James Garner and Angel Gomes possible midfield options on the bench.
The big news comes in attack, with Mason Greenwood making his full Premier League debut for Manchester United. Greenwood replaces the injured Alexis Sanchez, while Jesse Lingard comes into the side in place of Juan Mata. Marcus Rashford completes the side.
Weirdly enough, Ander Herrera will not get a chance to bid his farewell to the Old Trafford faithfuls, but Antonio Valencia might just come on as a substitute, having been named on the bench.