According to Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Red Devils may be without Bruno Fernandes and Fred for Sunday's game against Liverpool. This is disappointing news for United fans who were hoping to see the duo perform against Liverpool.
Bruno has been a key figure for United this season, contributing two assists and four goals in the league. This would undoubtedly be a huge setback for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men as they look to challenge Liverpool for a win on Sunday.
Fred, on the other hand, recently returned from injury and performed admirably against Atalanta. It was just unfortunate that he had to leave the game in the closing stages due to a Hamstring strain.
However, if the duo are unable to regain fitness before the game on Sunday, here is how Ole Gunnar might line up in the middle.
Ole is known for frequently employing a 4-2-3-1 formation, in which he deploys two defending midfielders and one attacking midfielder. As is customary, Bruno plays as the attacking midfielder, but given the news of his injury, I believe Paul Pogba should take his place, while Matic and McTominay positions as United's defending midfielders.
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