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(Video) Solskjaer excited to see ‘goal threat’ debutant vs Leicester City

Speaking ahead of his side’s exciting Premier League clash against Leicester City on Tuesday evening, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed he was left with no choice, given their relentless fixture schedule, but to heavily rotate his team.

Coming into the game, Solskjaer has made a number of changes for what will be the side’s second game in just nine days.

The Norweigan has named an attacking trio comprising of Mason Greenwood, Amad and young debutant Anthony Elanga.

Making his senior debut aged just 19, Elanga looks set to become the next club academy product to force his way into senior contention.

Speaking before the game, Solskjaer, when asked about his latest debutant, said: He‘s a good boy. He’s had a couple of injuries that has probably delayed this debut.

“He’s been doing really well in the under-23s and the under-18s before, so one I’m looking forward to seeing.

“He’s got pace, he’s direct and he’s a goal threat.”

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