Jose Mourinho has been strengthened by returning Anthony Martial to his Manchester United squad before the Red's Premier League outing against Liverpool at Anfield.
France's international came out with a injury in the 2-2 race against Arsenal ten days ago and remained sidelined for the matches against Fulham and Valencia.
But the 23-year-old was suitable for joining Mourinho's traveling group for United's meeting with the Premier League leaders.
Defenders Lukas Shaw, Victor Lindelof and Chris Smalling also traveled with the squad.
Lindelof has recovered after a three-week lay-off with a thigh injury that he sustained in the profound delight of the incredible root of Crystal Palace. Sweden's international flew to Dubai to help his recovery and Mourinho has four central defenders to choose from in Liverpool.
Toddlers missed the trip to Valencia and Shaw has not appeared since the death of Southampton on December 1
Photographers did not find £ 52million sign Fred with United squad. The 25-year-old started in Valencia but was replaced after 56 minutes and was recently locked out of match match against Arsenal.
Mourinho said at his pre-match briefing that he was hopeful that some of the nine injured players would return to Liverpool but be sure others would not do it.
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"The last is to say again that in Valencia, only De Gea and Matic were available to play and not make decisions," Mourinho repeated. "Apart from that, the players who did not travel were not eligible to play in Valencia, everyone had injuries and they were not ready."
"Everybody did not train yesterday again and today they become a little, I do not want to say [a] test , but a small introduction to training to see the answer, the adjustment and see if we can increase a little tomorrow to get them to sunday.
"But surely, I hope it's better not to say for sure, I hope some will be available, but surely it will not be."
On the threshold of the match, Mourinho insisted on Liverpool's progress this season are over to more than their extravagant summer expenses. Liverpool started a £ 177million outlay in the transfer window after a third troubled season under Jurgen Klopp and is currently top of the Premier League and undefeated when they prepare to welcome United.
Klopp, who criticized Paul Pogbas 89 million pounds in 2016 broke world record charges for a defender and a goalkeeper in Virgil van Dijk and Alisson this calendar year, and Mourinho insisted on these offers meant Liverpool to challenge the title.
United spent £ 72.5m in the summer, 16 points in Liverpool in sixth and since Mourinho was named United manager, Liverpool has spent £ 390m on players, compared to United's £ 358.7m. Despite the gap in spending this year, Mourinho liked Liverpool's development to the décor.
"It's not just about the money they spend in the summer, it's about many things," said Mourinho. "It's not just about spending money and strengthening the squad, a football team is more than that, a football team is not just about spending the money.
"A football team is like a house, a house is not just about buying the furniture. You have to do work in the house and when the house is ready you buy the furniture, you spend money on the best possible furniture and then you are ready to live in a fantastic house. "
Klopp has not won a trophy since the German Cup with Borussia Dortmund in 2012 and has since lost two Champions League finals, a League Cup final and a Europa League final with Dortmund and Liverpool. Klopp's view in the media is still positive than Mourinhos, despite his four-trophy haul for the last four years.
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