MANCHESTER UNITED have called rookie defender Will Fish into the first-team squad.
The 19-year-old could get his chance under outgoing boss Ralf Rangnick in the Premier League run-in despite floundering in the National League.
Centre-half Harry Maguire could have played his last game of the season after picking up a knee injury.
That has seen Rangnick run the rule over Fish and fellow youngsters Alvaro Fernandez, Shola Shoretire and Hannibal Mejbri in training.
And Fernandez is another who could get his big choice with first-choice left-back Luke Shaw also out injured.
It could turn around a pretty dismal season for Fish.
The teenager made his first-team debut in the final game of last season, playing a 2-1 win away at Wolves.
He was shipped out on loan to National League side Stockport at the start of this season, but only featured in two games and 84 minutes before returning to Old Trafford.
United look to have blown their chances of a top-four finish, sitting six points behind Arsenal who occupy that final spot.
Maguire, meanwhile, was dropped to the bench for the defeat by Arsenal.
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Now it has emerged a knee problem will keep him out the squad for the visit of Chelsea and could sideline him for all of the last four games.
Maguire and his family are currently staying with a team-mate after a bomb threat on his house last week.