AMAD DIALLO could make his Manchester United debut in the Europa League clash against Real Sociedad on Thursday.
The Ivorian winger, 18, arrived at Old Trafford from Atalanta for £37million in January in a deal that was initially agreed last summer.
And after stunning onlookers with his performances for the Under-23s, Diallo has been named in the squad that will travel to Turin.
Diallo has bagged three goals and as many assists in just two games for Neil Wood’s youth side and could make his first-team bow in Europe.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is experiencing something of a forward crisis with Edinson Cavani ruled out and Anthony Martial struggling.
And the Norwegian boss is also sweating on the fitness of Martial and midfielder Scott McTominay.
Paul Pogba is still sidelined and will not return to competitive action until next month.
Solskjaer said: “Paul is recovering well. He’s starting the treatment but it will still be a few weeks.
“He won’t be playing in February, that’s for sure, it’s still a few weeks before we see Paul definitely.
“Apart from that, we have a couple of doubtful ones, if they’ll be fit enough – Anthony and Scott.
“Donny and Edinson are injured unfortunately, muscle injuries, so they won’t travel.”