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Manchester United Injuries and Team News: Latest Updates on Pogba, Rashford, McTominay and More


Since taking over at Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjær has endured a difficult time. The Red Devils are no longer the force they once were and look set for another season without Champions League football. There are still plenty of games to go, and anything can happen but United are outsiders to make the top four.

Manchester United are a wounded animal at the moment, and teams are seizing their chances to grab wins at Old Trafford for the first time in decades in some cases. It is their worst Premier League campaign in the open era based on points accumulated and not all of the current squad are deemed ‘good enough’ to wear the shirt. Keep up to date with all of United’s injuries and suspensions on this page, and keep tabs on when key players could be returning.

Manchester United’s next Premier League game sees them take on Chelsea following the short winter break.


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Latest Manchester United Injury News

Player Issue Potential Return
Marcus Rashford Back injury 18/04/2020
Timothy Fosu-Mensah Other 01/03/2020
Scott McTominay Knee injury 27/02/2020
Axel Tuanzebe  Hamstring injury 17/02/2020
Paul Pogba Ankle injury 05/03/2020

You can find a full list of injuries and suspensions from all 20 Premier League clubs here.

Manchester United Suspensions

Nemanja Matic: Return date 17/02/2020

The Serbian International is serving a ban following a sending off against Manchester City in the Carabou Cup. He was given his marching orders for two bookable offenses. He has already missed the Wolves 0-0 Draw and could return for the Chelsea match.

Manchester United – Next Five Fixtures

17th Feb 2020: Chelsea vs Manchester United – Premier League

20th Feb 2020: Club Bruges vs Manchester United – Europa League

23rd Feb 2020: Manchester United vs Watford – Premier League

27th Feb 2020: Manchester United vs Club Bruges – Europa League

1st March 2020: Everton vs Manchester United – Premier League

Manchester United Injuries and Team News

Paul Pogba

Injury: Ankle injury

Potential return: 27/02/2020

The World Cup winner has made only a handful of appearances this season having suffered a couple of injury setbacks. The unsettled French star came on as a substitute on Boxing Day against Newcastle and looked set to return, only for Solskjær to reveal that Pogba will need surgery. His return has been long-awaited and with his cast finally removed, could make a start in one of United's upcoming games.

Marcus Rashford

Injury: Back injury

Potential return: 01/04/2020

Solskjær likely regrets his decision to bring his top scorer on in the second half of United’s FA Cup fourth-round replay against Wolves. The English International aggravated a back problem and it is now uncertain when he may return to the field.

Quote on 01/19/20: “He won't be back until after the mid-season break. Normally six weeks to heal, then he needs rehab after that.”

Scott McTominay

Injury: Knee injury

Potential return: 15/02/2020

Scott McTominay was beginning to establish himself as a real midfield powerhouse this season in the absence of Pogba. It was therefore very unfortunate that his run in the team came to a halt due to a knee injury. He was stretched off in the Boxing Day game against Newcastle and is yet to make a return. He is not expected to travel to Spain for the squads warm-weather training camp in February with an eye on being fit towards the start of March.