Manchester United Coach, Ole Gunnar
Solskjaer, has confirmed that Defender Victor Lindelof,
Eric Bailly, Tim Fosu-Mensah and midfielder Paul Pogba
will miss the Red Devil’s UEFA Europa
League crash  against Partizan Belgrade on
Thursday night at Old Trafford due to injuries.
Solskjaer’s side head to the clash following a
1-0 defeat to Bournemouth in the Premier
League last weekend.
Speaking ahead of the clash, Solskjaer told
MUTV on Wednesday in his pre-match press
conference: “No, Victor is out, so he won’t be
available. Hopefully, he can make the
weekend but I’m not sure.
“Eric and fellow absentee Tim are working on
the grass, they’re working with the fitness
staff. I think we can see them coming into
training, especially Eric, in the next two to
three weeks. Hopefully, he can join the boys
and he won’t take too long.
“Maybe we’ll see them in a Reserves
[Under-23s] game but I think they’ve both
come through the surgery well.
“I think Paul said it himself, didn’t he? It
won’t be too long until he’s out of his cast
and he’s going to work through the
international break. Hopefully, we’ll have him
back in early December.”
The kick-off time for the match is 9pm.