Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Romelu Lukaku will be fit for Wednesday night's clash with Leeds in Perth - but the striker's future remains as unclear as ever.
Lukaku was a notable omission from United's 24-man squad during the club's 2-0 win over Perth Glory on Saturday night.
The 26-year-old is keen to join Italian powerhouse Inter Milan on a huge-money deal, but United are set to play hard ball.
United said Lukaku missed the win over Perth due to a niggle, but Solskjaer is confident the Belgium star will be fit against Leeds.
"Yes he should be fit for Wednesday. He trained with the team (on Friday), but he wasn't useful today to risk him (against Perth)," Solskjaer said.
But will Lukaku be at Manchester United for much longer?
"Let's see when the season starts. We've not had any bids that we're considering," Solskjaer said.
"All my conversations with my players we'll keep confidential."
The future of Paul Pogba is also up in the air, with the star midfielder keen to join either Juventus or Real Madrid.
United defender Luke Shaw came off against Glory with a tight hamstring, but the injury isn't serious.
United's first goal against Glory didn't come until the 60th minute, when a neat back-heel from Pogba set up Marcus Rashford.
Rashford did a blind turn before firing low to score the goal in front of 50,206 fans.
Solskjaer says Rashford is capable of scoring 20-plus goals in the next English Premier League season, and he was thrilled with the England striker's finish against Glory.
"It was a pleasant goal to watch because it wasn't a typical Marcus goal," Solskjaer said.
"Normally when he scores it's a wonder goal. I've been onto him about adding them scrappy goals or instinctive goals from inside the box.
"And that was a great finish. It was a great turn, and the instinct was there."
Australian Associated Press