Injury blow for Man Utd, as they might reportedly be without one of their stars in their next game.
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Published 7 months ago - 35 views
Manchester United who will be travelling to Palace in their next premier league game might have to see out the game without one of their brightest star.
United who will like to bounce back from their 2-2 draw against Southampton on Saturday will be hoping that their attacking players are at their very best form as they hope to beat Crystal Palace in order to continue their fight for top four finish.
Ahead of the game, United has suffered a major blow following the report that their young forward Mason Greenwood might not be fit enough to face CrystalPalace .
The young English forward is a doubt for the fixture due to the ankle injury he sustained against Southampton on Monday night.
The 18-year-old English striker picked up a knock against the Saints following a careless late tackle from Oriol Romeu.
Greenwood absence will surely be a major loss to United as the player has been one of their most inform players since the restart of the Premier league.
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