Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopeful of Harry Maguire recovering from ankle harm in time for Europa League closing
Talking forward of United’s Premier League conflict with Leicester, Solskjaer provided hope that Maguire may return for the ultimate.
Manchester: Manchester United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer mentioned on Tuesday Harry Maguire may very well be slot in time for the Europa League closing on 26 Could because the defender battles to recuperate from an ankle harm.
United captain Maguire limped off with ligament injury sustained in a clumsy collision with Anwar El Ghazi throughout Sunday’s 3-1 win at Aston Villa.
That raised fears England centre-back Maguire may miss United’s European closing in opposition to Villarreal in Gdansk later this month and the delayed Euro 2020, which begins in June.
However, talking forward of United’s Premier League conflict with Leicester, Solskjaer provided hope that Maguire may return for the ultimate.
“There isn’t any fracture. There’s ligament injury however hopefully we’ll see him once more this season and hopefully he might be prepared for the ultimate,” Solskjaer advised MUTV.
Maguire’s absence from the match in opposition to his former membership Leicester meant the centre-back was lacking his first Premier League fixture since becoming a member of United in 2019.
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