Manchester United head Coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed the Red Devils would battle Newcastle without Paul Pogba as the Frenchman is yet to recover from injury.
The Red Devils might be bound to struggling again as Ole confirms Paul Pogba would miss the Sunday game against Newcastle United.
Pogba had managed to battle through his injury and couldn’t make it to their last game as Man United shared points with Europa League opponents, AZ Alkmaar last night.
Solskjaer also disclosed that Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw will still be left out as he is bound to take advantage of the international break to give his boys a proper rest ahead of Liverpool game.
“Probably not,” Solskjaer said in response to, if he expects any of the players to return to fitness by Sunday.
“There’s an international break as well. It might be a time for us to give them that 10-14 days extra to be ready for Liverpool.”
Jesse Lingard has also picked up a hamstring injury during the stoppage time of their visit to the Cars Jeans Arena.
The manager also went on to share how he hopes their five away fixtures would turn out in the next month when their only home game will be against Liverpool FC.
“We are a team that can be set up well to play away from home,” Solskjaer added.
“Sometimes you can play on the counter. Against Alkmaar we didn’t get the counter-attacks as we wanted to because AstroTurf on a pitch like this it’s you attack, we attack – it’s handball.”
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The Red Devils under Ole Solskjaer was been remarkably known for their win away from home after their dramatic-gasp from the Champions League last season.