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Man United vs Leicester: Red Devils face injury crisis ahead of clash ▷ Kenya News

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– Man United will host Leicester for their fifth Premier League match at Old Trafford

– United will be desperate to cart away all the three points after subsiding immensely since their season opener win over Chelsea

– The woeful form now has them sitting eighth on the log with just five points, seven behind leaders Liverpool

Man United are staring at a major injury crisis ahead of their Saturday, September 14, Premier League clash against Leicester City.

It is understood up to five players are currently facing a race against time to regain full fitness ahead of the crucial tie.

The Red Devils are already sweating on the fitness of new signing Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Paul Pogba, both who had to withdraw from international duty with injuries.

Wan-Bissaka has been a regular under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer so far this season, but a back problem picked during the internationals could keep him out of action.

Man United vs Leicester: Red Devils face injury crisis ahead of clash

Solskjaer is facing a major injury crisis ahead of United’s clash against Leicester. Photo: Premier League
Source: UGC

Pogba, on the other hand withdrew from France squad with an ankle problem and Didier Deschamps had to replace him with Arsenal midfielder Mattéo Guendouzi.

Jesse Lingard and Luke Shaw are the other players struggling with injuries, with the former forced to sit out the international fixtures against Bulgaria and Kosovo.

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Anthony Martial is the other casualty on United’s treatment table and missed his side’s last game against Southampton after picking up a knock in the defeat to Crystal Palace last month.

Meanwhile, the Old Trafford dwellers are currently under immense pressure for results as they are currently without a single win since their opening day victory against Chelsea.

The side plummet after the win, drawing away at Wolves, before suffering a shock defeat to Palace at home.

The woeful form now has them sitting eighth on the log with just five points, seven behind leaders Liverpool.

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