Manchester United head into Feyenoord game without key player due to injury

Luke Shaw will be missing for Manchester United’s game at the weekend, as the youngster has suffered a minor hamstring problem. The Daily Express have confirmed the blow, with the 21-year-old set to miss out on a likely testing trip to the country where he suffered a broken leg twelve months ago.

Although the extent of the problem is unknown, it isn’t thought to be anything serious which must be a relief for the young left-back – who missed over nine months of competitive football in the 2015/16 season.

Jose Mourinho will probably opt for Marcos Rojo in his place as well as plotting other team changes for the Europa League competition, so he can give some of the squad players some much-needed minutes on the football pitch.

Hopefully, the lads can get off to a good start and seal all three points, whilst coming through the game relatively unscathed and fully fit for the game against Watford when Sunday comes around.

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