OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER will rush Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard back from injury — as he has no faith in Alexis Sanchez.
The Chilean’s future at Manchester United looks doomed, with the club willing to listen to offers for him in the summer.
PA:Press Association2 Ole Gunner Solskjaer will not turn to Alexis Sanchez for Man Utd's crunch clash with Liverpool
And he will be left out again tomorrow for the crunch home clash with arch-rivals Liverpool.
It will be tough to get rid of the forward, who is on £505,000-a-week at Old Trafford.
United interim boss Solskjaer axed Sanchez from the starting line-up after his poor performance in the 1-0 away win at Leicester, when he substituted him in the second half.
Sanchez has now started the last three games on the bench.
Getty Images2 Solskjaer will take a risk by rushing Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard back from injury
He was at least expecting to play in last weekend’s 2-0 FA Cup win at Chelsea, with both Martial and Lingard injured.
But he was a substitute again and only brought on in the 73rd minute, with United safely in control of the game.
Last week Solskjaer compared Sanchez to a bottle of tomato ketchup – meaning sometimes no matter how hard you try, nothing comes out.
Martial (groin) and Lingard (hamstring) were both injured in the 2-0 home Champions League defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.
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Solskjaer said, however, that if they can come through yesterday and today’s training sessions unscathed, they will be available for selection.
He said: “Jesse is looking OK and I hope with Anthony. They have to get through these two sessions.”
If they do not make it, Solskjaer is still confident the team which beat Chelsea can also take down Liverpool.