Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that both Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard could possibly spend time on the sidelines based on the medical assessment later in the week. Lingard was substituted with a hamstring issue against Paris Saint-Germain right before the break while Martial did not report following the interval with a groin problem of his own.
Speaking after the game, Ole confirmed the respective injuries for Martial and Lingard while confirming that their absence may be determined by an examination made in a couple of days. Meanwhile, the Norwegian was far from pleased with the performance of Sanchez, who has once more ineffective after replacing Lingard before the half-time whistle.
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Manchester United’s interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has indicated that Antonio Valencia could be sidelined for another couple of weeks after sustaining a niggle. The club captain had been working hard to make a comeback with the Red Devils but he unfortunately suffered a fresh injury setback in the lead up to the Fulham game.
Speaking to MUTV, Ole confirmed that the right-sided defender has been left broken after his return to first-team action was delayed with the injury, he said: “Antonio has been training hard, really hard, and then he got a setback. So, hopefully, in a couple of weeks, he’ll be back with us. He’s been a fantastic servant at the club, he’s captain for a reason and, hopefully, we can get him back on the pitch. It was hard when he broke down, because he would have travelled this weekend.”
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