Manchester United will be playing against the La Liga side, Sevilla, in the Champions League where Manchester United will be eyeing a win against the La Liga side, but the Red Devils under Jose Mourinho. However, Manchester United seem they will be suffering from some issues after confirming that seven players are injured ahead of the match tomorrow away from home.
Manchester United will be having some tough times tomorrow in the selection where there are two key players injured in the defensive line, which could cause issues for Jose Mourinho who will be defending mainly in order not to give Sevilla the opportunity to attack and score goal at their home, Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, but the defensive line could be weak due to injuries.
Manchester United have officially confirmed that the central defenders, the English defender Phil Jones and the Argentinian defender Marcos Rojo, are out of the squad that will be traveling to Spain due to injuries.
On the other hand, the Ecuadorian defender, Antonio Valencia, is a doubt for tomorrow’s match where he may have a chance to play, but there is a chance to miss the match as well, according to Manchester United’s official website.
Moreover, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marouane Fellaini are injured as well and are confirmed to be out of tomorrow’s squad. While the Spanish midfielder, Ander Herrera, and the English striker, Marcus Rashford, are a doubt for tomorrow’s game, but they have a chance to participate as well, as Antonio Valencia.
These injuries could give some issues for the Portuguese manager, Jose Mourinho, which will give him some limited options to choose from, especially in the back line, where he will be forced to play Eric Bailly, who have recently come back from a long injury, and Chris Smalling who played against Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup.