Manchester United will again be without the services of Edinson Cavani, Scott McTominay, Luke Shaw, Raphael Varane and Fred for Tuesday’s Premier League clash with Liverpool.
Cavani, McTominay, Shaw and Varane have missed their team’s last two Premier League matches against Everton and Norwich City respectively.
Meanwhile, Fred had to be substituted during the defeat to Everton after picking up a hip problem, which ruled him out of the contest with the Canaries on Saturday afternoon.
Varane was allegedly expected to make his return against Liverpool, but Red Devils interim head coach Ralf Rangnick has revealed that all five players remain on the sidelines.
“Rapha [Varane] didn’t train with the team. He was on the pitch with one of our rehab coaches,” Rangnick told reporters. “But with regard to injured players, we have the same situation that we had in the last two games.”
Bruno Fernandes is expected to be included for the 20-time English champions at Anfield despite being involved in a car accident on the way to training on Monday.
However, Mason Greenwood remains unavailable for selection due to a club suspension.