Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made five changes to his Europa League squad following the January transfer window.
The Norwegian has added three new faces to his team ahead of their meeting with Club Brugge in the last 32, with Bruno Fernandes the most notable addition.
The Portugal international will be keen to make his mark in Europe following his move from Sporting Lisbon, which was worth an initial £46.6m.
Loan signing Odion Ighalo has also taken his place in the 25-man squad following his move from Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, with the final change being Nathan Bishop, who joined from Southend.
Marcos Rojo and Ashley Young has dropped out after their respective moves to Estudiantes and Inter Milan.
Ighalo will be tasked with firing United into the latter stages of the competition follow the serious back injury suffered by Marcus Rashford.
“He is a different type of striker and he is a proven goalscorer,” said Solskjaer said of the Nigeria international.
“He has a physical presence. Also, he gives us a chance to rest Mason [Greenwood] and Anthony [Martial].
“We have so many games to come. We want to go far in the Europa League and FA Cup and we have league games to go so it was important we had another type of striker to use.”
United take on Brugge in Belgium on February 20 before their home meeting a week later.
The Red Devils won the competition in the 2016/17 season, and Solskjaer is keen to replicate it this time out.
He said earlier this season: “We’ve seen some young players getting a chance and doing well.
“Mason [Greenwood] has given us a winner, Brandon [Williams] was fantastic in Belgrade.
”I thought Jimmy [Garner] came through that game really well. We have given other players a chance to play, which is important in the long run because you can’t keep playing with 12 or 13 men throughout the Premier League season.
“For me, it’s been good to give young kids a chance, good to see players, that have got more experience, play games because they need games. We’ve kept three clean sheets and that’s impressive.”
“The last time we were in it they won and got us through to the Champions League.
”Any competition you can get your hands on, you take. We’ve started really well and we want to get all the way to Gdansk.“