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Manchester United injury, suspension list ahead of first game back

Sports Mole rounds up Manchester United's latest injury and suspension news ahead of their first game back after lockdown - a trip to face Tottenham Hotspur.

Exactly 100 days after the last top-flight game, Premier League football will return on June 17 as elite-level sport looks to recover in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Manchester United will have to wait a little bit longer - until the weekend of June 19-21 - for their first game back, and they will be keen to pick up where they left off.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were on a run of 11 matches unbeaten across all competitions prior to the stoppage of play, and are now able to welcome the previously-injured Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and others back into the fold for the run-in.

The Red Devils face a trip to Tottenham Hotspur in their first game back - a reunion with former boss Jose Mourinho - and here Sports Mole rounds up their latest injury and suspension news ahead of the contest.



Lee Grant

Manchester United goalkeeper Lee Grant pictured on November 28, 2019© Reuters

Status: Major doubt
Type of injury: Unspecified
Possible return date: Unknown

Third-choice goalkeeper Lee Grant was initially expected to miss the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery on an unspecified issue, but he could now be back available before the end of the campaign.



Diogo Dalot

Diogo Dalot in action for Manchester United on October 3, 2019© Reuters

Status: Minor doubt
Type of injury: Unspecified
Possible return date: June 19-21 (vs. Tottenham)

Diogo Dalot has endured a frustrating season due to a string injuries, some of which have been shrouded in a certain degree of mystery. However, he is now back in training and could be in contention for the trip to Tottenham.



MANCHESTER UNITED'S SUSPENSION LIST

United have no suspension concerns heading into this match.


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