Paul Pogba is a doubt for Manchester United's clash with West Brom after he was not seen arriving at the Lowry Hotel.
United convene at The Lowry before matches at Old Trafford but midfielder Pogba was nowhere to be seen as players checked in.
It remains unclear if he will link up with his teammates to feature in Saturday night's game against struggling West Brom.
The Frenchman has been in and out of the United starting XI this season but has been a mainstay in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's match-day squads.
The Red Devils boss admitted Pogba is unhappy ahead of the tie with the Baggies, confirming what France boss Didier Deschamps said during the international break.
"Of course he’s not been happy when he’s not playing, and not playing really well," Solskjaer said.
"He’s not been happy with his performances. He plays in the same position for France and he does for us, so that’s not a different scenario."
Pogba's situation at United has given rise to heightened speculation over his future and there are reports he could run down the remaining 18 months of his deal before departing for free.
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Real Madrid are consistently linked with the 27-year-old and a move to the Santiago Bernabeu would see him link up with compatriot Zinedine Zidane.
Meanwhile, top-scorer Marcus Rashford, centre-back Victor Lindelof and left-back Alex Telles were seen arriving at The Lowry and all may feature against West Brom after overcoming fitness concerns.
Previewing the visit of the Baggies, Solskjaer said: "Some of them had recovery after the international on Wednesday and travelled and are working back after injury and fitness.
"We'll make a decision tonight but most of them have joined in today and some joined in yesterday, so looking good.
"Rashford and Lindelof? Possibles, but some of them are probably some doubts. Marcus joined in for the first time today, hopefully there's no reaction, I'm not sure."
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