- Manchester United have arrived at their hotel ahead of their FA Cup fourth round tie with Yeovil on Friday
- New signing Alexis Sanchez was pictured walking into the accomodation ahead of his potential debut
- The Chilean was dressed in the club tracksuit after he completed his move from Arsenal earlier this week
- Jose Mourinho's squad were captured entering The Hollies Hotel and then immediately training in the car park
Published: 12:47 GMT, 26 January 2018 | Updated: 13:32 GMT, 26 January 2018
The Chilean attacker is pictured in the club's tracksuit outside The Hollies Hotel as he made his way into the three star establishment.
Sanchez completed his high profile move to Old Trafford earlier this week and this could be the strongest sign yet that boss Jose Mourinho is set to hand his new man his debut on Friday night.
Alexis Sanchez and his Manchester United team-mates have arrived at their hotel in Yeovil before Friday's FA Cup clash
As soon as the squad arrived they were immediately sent back out to the car park to limber up for tonight's fixture
Players could be seen stretching and jogging on the spot as they prepared for the hostile atmosphere expected on Friday
United will be expected to progress through their fourth-round tie on Friday evening and fans will be hoping they can do it in style.
It is not yet clear how Mourinho will fit Sanchez in the side but we could be set to find out with the star eligible to play in the competition having missed Arsenal's shock defeat against Nottingham Forest.
Mourinho may also call upon highly rated 17-year-old midfielder Angel Gomes, who travelled with the team on Friday morning.
United boss and birthday boy Jose Mourinho could be seen walking towards the hotel behind star striker Romelu Lukaku
Spanish playmaker Juan Mata looked towards the camera as he made his way into the hotel carrying his club coat
United's players are staying the night at The Hollies Hotel, located eight miles from tonight's venue Huish Park
United's midfield enforcer Nemanja Matic will be hoping for a comfortable game against the League Two strugglers
The United boss praised his new star Sanchez after signing his own new long-term contract.
Talking about the Sanchez deal, he said: 'I think it's a very good deal for us and the player has a fantastic contract.
'It's a contract according to his qualities as a player and according to the situation – no transfer fee.
'How much would Alexis Sanchez cost in normal transfer, club to club, as a player with two or three years on his contract?
'We look at the numbers now and I would say roughly between £100-150m.'
Goalkeeper Sergio Romero may be given a chance to shine if David De Gea is handed a well-deserved rest by Mourinho
Chris Smalling gave a thumbs up as he got off the team bus wearing a coat and a rucksack
Mata looked to be enjoying the workout as he made the most of the fresh air after being stuck on a plane and coach
United's players will be spending the night in the village of Bower Hinton, located just under seven miles from Yeovil's Huish Park. Mourinho was also pictured disembarking the club's transport and heading into the lobby as the players get settled in.
Nemanja Matic strolled off the coach as he hopes for a quiet night against the League Two strugglers while star striker Romelu Lukaku walked in front of Mourinho. Chris Smalling and Sergio Romero were also visible with the latter hoping to impress if he is chosen to start in goal.
Friday's match marks an historic evening for Mourinho who will be celebrating his 55th birthday by leading United for the 100th time. In the 99 games of his tenure so far, the Red Devils have claimed 61 wins, 23 draws and fallen to defeat on 15 occasions.
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