Published: Sat, October 19, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Man Utd vs Liverpool: Solskjaer confirms two senior players won’t feature

Man Utd vs Liverpool: Solskjaer confirms two senior players won’t feature

David de Gea could be ruled out for up to two months after an injury for Spain on worldwide duty last night.

Cape Town - David de Gea's availability for Manchester United's clash with Liverpool is uncertain after picking up a suspected hamstring injury while on global duty.

De Gea, who was brought off in the second half of last night's qualifier after pulling up with a suspected groin strain, is reportedly going to be out for up to two months, according to The Sun.

Add that to midfielder Paula Pogba missing five of United's last seven games with an ongoing ankle issue.

There was some bad news last night for any Manchester United fans dreaming that their club might be able to radically turn their form around and shock Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday. "I think he'll be out".

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Although there was no post-game medical report, it looks highly unlikely De Gea will be fit for the weekend, and if he has torn a muscle he will likely be out of action for several weeks.

However, it appears the Liverpool game may come too soon for Shaw so the defender will be aiming to make his comeback during Man Utd's Europa League trip to Partizan Belgrade next Thursday.

The Red Devils now have 10 players out injured with Anthony Martial, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Jesse Lingard all out of action.

Manchester United has managed just two wins in their opening eight matches in the ongoing season of the premier league and sits just two points ahead of the relegation zone in the 12th place of the EPL table.

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