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Promising young midfielder Ethan Galbraith has been added to Manchester United's Europa League squad list as they prepare for the return leg of their last-32 tie against Real Sociedad.
United comfortably won the first game against the La Liga outfit 4-0 in Turin, and their progress to the next stage of the competition appears to be all but sealed barring a dramatic collapse.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may, therefore, see Thursday's match at Old Trafford as a chance to rotate his side and rest some of the more tired senior players.
And 19-year-old Galbraith may be one of those who get the nod after he was included in the club's B-list for the competition.
Ethan Galbraith has been called up by Manchester United
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After coming through the academy at United, Galbraith earned his senior debut last season in a Europa League game against Astana.
He is yet to make an appearance in the current campaign, but that could be set to change this week.
Galbraith has featured regularly for the U-23 team this season, and is known to be tipped as a hot prospect for the future, having already won two caps for Northern Ireland.
And he recently signed a new three-year contract with United, which would suggest they believe he could become a regular in the near future.
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Shola Shoretire also remains on the B-list after he was included in the squad which travelled to Italy last week.
The 17-year-old was an unused substitute for that game but did make his senior debut after coming on to replace Marcus Rashford late on in the 3-1 Premier League win against Newcastle on Sunday.
It remains to be seen what type of team Solskjaer puts out against La Real, but many expect it to be a mix of youth and experience as United look to get the job done with minimal fuss.
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