Man United have just had another player added to their injury list while Pogba is yet to recover
With the international break already kicked in and players fired up to represent their country side, Man United continue to be served bitter news.
Just yesterday ago, Paul Pogba was reported to have pulled out of national squad due to big injury blow that could see him not play at least by the end of the year.
Pogba prior this has been missing Man United games amid a red card shown to him against Liverpool that got him banned for at least two games.
This saw United’s midfield shake up majorly with Solskjaer still stubborn on his decision not to play Van de Beek.
Maybe with the recent news of Scott McTominay joining Pogba on the injury list, Solskjaer could consider playing Donny Van de Beek now.
According to updates from the Scotland national side, McTominay is discovered to have a throat virus that needs attention and as such can’t continue with his national duties.
Due to this, the 24-year-old won’t be featuring for Scotland on Friday against Moldova as planned initially.
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Although the virus is said not Covid but yet to receive medical attention and also Scott McTominay may likely make it back by the Denmark game.
Speaking on the issue, Scotland head coach, Clark said; “It’s disappointing to lose the player for this game, but it’s a good chance for someone else to play in the team. We have good cover at centre back and in midfield.”