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Man Utd will learn the full extent of Marcus Rashford’s injury on Monday.
The club’s top scorer with 28 goals hobbled out late in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Everton with an alleged groin injury.
He is likely to miss Thursday’s Europa League quarter-final first leg at Old Trafford against Sevilla on Thursday.
But the fear is that he could be out for several weeks.
In his 350th appearance for the club, Rashford pulled up as he stretched to catch a pass from Christian Eriksen.
He immediately signaled to the bench that he had to leave and was substituted in the 81st minute.
Man Utd have key players on the ridge of suspension in Europa League quarter-final game against Sevilla.
Bruno Fernandes and Casemiro will be suspended for the second leg if they are booked during next week’s clash.
That means United’s midfield stars will have to watch their tackles or miss the second leg.
Man Utd target Victor Osimhen has dealt a blow to the Red Devils by revealing his luck at Napoli.
The Nigerian striker was sensational in Serie A – as the Napoli giants raced towards a historic league title.
And he has spoken to L’Equipe to discuss how much he loves the club.
Man Utd could get a free pass for Harry Kane – with Bayern Munich chief financial officer admitting Bayern may not be able to afford it.
dr Michael Diederich explained: “I’m not ruling anything out, but can we afford such a transfer and do we want such a transfer? We have to keep an eye on our profitability.”
That will be music to the ears of Utd fans who are dying to add a No9 to their squad.
Man Utd manager Erik ten Hag reportedly sent scouts earlier this week to watch two Feyenoord players in action.
According to The Mirror, he has his sights set on Feyenoord duo Orkun Kokcu and Santiago Gimenez.
Man Utd representatives were in Rotterdam on Wednesday for a clash in the KNVB Cup semi-final between Ten Hag’s ex-club Ajax and Feyenoord.
It is understood that they were there to see Kokcu and Gimenez in action.
The broadcaster Richard Keys has criticized Erik ten Hag for his criticism of the overloading of the devices.
United are in the middle of a three-game-in-eight-day streak and Keys had no sympathy for the Dutch boss.
The Sky Sports ex-husband said: “Erik, in terms of planning and injuries, it’s the English Premier League. Of course, if you don’t like it, there’s always the Eredivisie where you can go and do your craft.”