Manchester United will be without suspended duo Luke Shaw and Ashley Young for Saturday’s Premier League home clash with West Ham.
Shaw begins a two-match domestic ban after accumulating his 10th yellow card of the season against Wolves in United’s last top-flight fixture, while fellow full-back Young is also unavailable after being sent off in that match.
Antonio Valencia remains on the treatment table due to a muscle issue, while Matteo Darmian will only be fit enough for a place on the bench, so Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has limited options in the full-back positions.
Indeed, the Norwegian has confirmed he may have to play central defender Phil Jones at right-back, while Marcos Rojo could also make a rare appearance. “We don’t have full-backs this week,” Solskjaer told the United website. “Not too many as we’ve lost Luke and Ashley through suspension.
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Antonio is still not fit. Maybe Matteo will be available for the bench and Rojo has been training for a while. “He’s available and we’ve got Jonah [Phil Jones], who could also play there.” United also have fitness issues in other areas as midfielder Ander Herrera remains sidelined with a muscle issue, while Nemanja Matic is rated 50/50 due to illness.
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