Manchester United have a chance to all-but secure their place in the Champions League knockout stage with a victory at Old Trafford tomorrow night.
The game against Young Boys is one that the Red Devils should be feeling confident heading into, but before the game, it looks as though Jose Mourinho is sweating on the fitness of three players.
That’s according to Samuel Luckhurst, who was at United’s Aon Training Complex today at an open training session for the media. Luckhurst tweeted that Victor Lindelof, Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo didn’t take part, and it doesn’t look as though these guys will be ready to play tomorrow night.
No sign of Darmian, Rojo or Lindelof in open training. #mufc
— Samuel Luckhurst (@samuelluckhurst) November 26, 2018
Following the game against Crystal Palace at the weekend, news emerged suggesting that Lindelof would miss the game with a problem, and unfortunately, that has now been all-but-confirmed. It’s a shame because he has been playing well recently. I just hope that it’s nothing too serious and he’s back in the line-up soon.
Darmian made his first start in months this weekend, and for what it’s worth, I think he did alright. I don’t think he’ll be missed too much though, and as for Rojo, well, we’ve barely seen him over the last eighteen months anyway…