Wayne Rooney missed the weekend's game at Norwich with tonsillitis and will continue to be rested with qualification and the top spot in Group H already assured.
Joining the England international of those who have not travelled with the squad to Turkey are Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Robin van Persie.
Phil Jones is in line for a return having recovered from injury to make the bench at the weekend, while the likes of Buttner, Anderson and Welbeck should all be given a rare chance to shine.
Both teams will be keen to put disappointing domestic results behind them on Tuesday night, with Galatasaray losing at home to Karabukspor and United unable to come from behind at Carrow Road.
The visitors, however, aren't in need of the result other than to regain confidence, so will field a much changed side with the hosts looking to capitalise and put themselves in a great position to qualify from the group in second.
Terim will want his side to feed off the energy of the home crowd and try to make the early running. United will play with little to no pressure though, and that could give the away side the freedom they need to continue their run in Europe.
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