Still up for the Cup? Manchester United stars arrive at rain-hit training ground as they prepare to visit Wolves for FA Cup quarter-final clash
- Manchester United players arrived at Carrington before departing for Wolves
- Red Devils visit Molineux in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup at 7.55pm
- Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to bounce back from first domestic loss
- Jesse Lingard could be among those featuring after arriving at Carrington
As rain poured down in Manchester on Saturday morning, the United players arrived at the club’s training ground in Carrington ahead of departing for Wolves for their evening kick-off in the FA Cup.
The likes of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer drove into the training ground along with his first team stars – but the United boss seemed to have left something important back home.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrives at Manchester United’s training ground on Saturday morning
Jesse Lingard could feature for United having missed the last six games with injury
Marcus Rashford had his winter wear on in his Land Rover as he turns into the training ground
After arriving in the morning, Solskjaer soon departed only to return 20 minutes later, with Victor Lindelof also making two trips.
United fans will be boosted to see Jesse Lingard among the stars making the trip, with the midfielder having been ruled out for the last six games with a hamstring injury.
Lingard was forced off injured in the Champions League defeat by Paris Saint-Germain in February but now has an outside chance of featuring at Molineux as he joined up with his team-mates before they departed for Wolves.
Entrance to the club training ground was partly flooded as David de Gea arrives
Juan Mata will hope to feature for Manchester United in the FA Cup clash at Wolves
Anthony Martial could come into the United team for Saturday evening’s clash at Molineux
The United manager is hoping the pain of defeat at Arsenal last Sunday will help his players avoid an FA Cup exit at Wolves on Saturday night. The 2-0 defeat at the Emirates was Solskjaer’s first domestic loss in 16 games as caretaker boss.
The 46-year-old said: ‘Any game you lose is a big anti-climax. It’s the worst feeling you can have.
‘Maybe that’s the only good thing about the Arsenal defeat, to feel how much it hurt.
‘I don’t agree with Gary Neville when he says teams should go out of this competition to focus on that.
‘We’ve been on a good run now and if we get through to the semi-final of the FA Cup, I’ll have a nice few days back home.’