Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that at least four first team players won't be available for the premier league trip to Southampton. The Manchester united boss stated this ask he gave team news update ahead of the clash with in form Southampton.
There has been an addition to the list of injured players, as the trio of Scott McTominay, Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw are all injured and none of them are expected to feature in the game against the saints.
Meanwhile, Jesse Lingard has returned back in training following a period of isolation after coming into contact with someone who had contracted corona virus.
However, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Marcus Rashford and Victor Lindelof have all recovered from the minor knock they had in their previous game and they were all in training on Friday morning.
The trio are likely to feature in tomorrow's game, as they get set to travel with the rest of the squad to south coast for the premier league clash. And in no doubt, Manchester united will be aiming to get all three points in the game, as they battle for a spot at the top of the table.
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