Real Madrid will host Manchester United on Wednesday in a Champions League last 16 first-leg tie described by Jose Mourinho as “the match the world is waiting for”.
Manchester United is at the top of the Premier League Standings and also won 2-0 against Everton at home on Sunday.
The Spanish side is sixteen points behind Barcelona in La Liga Real and it may be said that they are the most successful side in the history of the European Cup, but have gone 11 years since they last lifted the trophy and will be determined to end that barren run in 2013.
Xabi Alonso and Raphael Varane are also available, but captain Iker Casillas is sidelined with a broken thumb.
United defenders Phil Jones and Jonny Evans will be assessed after the duo picked up knocks in the 2-0 win over Everton on Sunday.
Midfielder Darren Fletcher is out, but Ashley Young and Michael Carrick have recovered from injuries.