Manchester United: Solskjaer finally given huge injury update

The Manchester United boss has been given a huge new injury update which could be good news for the club in the upcoming weeks.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has faced a mighty battle as Manchester United boss. His task to get the Red Devils back to where they belong has often been thwarted by elements out of his control.

From the transfers made by the United board to the injuries incurred by his players. This season in particular has been rather disastrous for the Norwegian boss.

It has elicited a lack of faith from the Manchester United fans and has put Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job under great scrutiny.

The Red Devils’ coach could soon be on his way out of the club if he is unable to turn results around.

Much of the reason why the Red Devils have been in crisis this month has been down to the frequent injuries to some of their star players.

Paul Pogba has been sidelined for almost the entire season, meanwhile Scott McTominay, who has established himself as a key starter under Solskjaer, has also endured a ragged period stuck watching the team on the stands due to an injury.

In addition it seems that Marcus Rashford, the club’s current top goalscorer could be out for the entire season.

It is why things are looking so bleak for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Norwegian desperately needs something hopeful to cling onto. Some positive news at last and it seems that Solskjaer could soon be handed exactly just that.

Speaking to Sky Sports via the Manchester Evening News Scott McTominay revealed that ‘he is feeling good’ and that he is doing his best ‘to be back on the pitch as soon as’ he ‘possibly can.’

That will fill the Norwegian boss with some optimism at last. The Red Devils have missed the solidity and dynamism which Scott McTominay often provided in the middle of the park and his return could be crucial for the club’s hopes to quality for the Champions League next season.

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