Romelu Lukaku will be back from injury when Manchester United take on Wolves in the Premier League on Tuesday.
Travelling to Molineux won’t be an easy trip for the Reds. The ground has already seen United knocked out the FA Cup this season and Wolves will want to finish their league campaign as strongly as possible.
FA Cup elimination was a blow for United and we should be looking for revenge come Tuesday night.
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Lukaku returned early from the recent international break with Everton after picking up a foot injury playing for United. However, it sounds like he is ready for action again in time to take on Wolves.
According to BBC Sport reporter Simon Stone, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed Lukaku’s return at this morning’s press conference.
OGS confirmed Romelu Lukaku is fit for @Wolves game tomorrow.
— Simon Stone (@sistoney67) April 1, 2019
This comes as a big boost for Solskjaer, who needs to get all of his top players back to full fitness with a busy month ahead. We have reached the business stage of the season and everything could turn to shit after one or two defeats unless Chelsea and Spurs keep losing in the league.
United also have the Champions League quarter-finals to look forward after being drawn against La Liga champions Barcelona.