Manchester United have recently suffered from a series of injuries but somehow Solskjaer has managed to battle it all and keep his players motivated.
At one point, Man United had as many as 10 first-team players out injured and while some of them have reported back to training, players like Lingard and Juan Mata are still out.
United take on Wolves in the FA Cup this weekend and before going into this game, it looks like the caretaker boss has been dealt with yet another injury blow.
According to the Times, Romelu Lukaku will not be available for the FA Cup game after the striker picked up an injury during Man United’s win vs PSG in the Champions League.
As per the report, Romelu Lukaku was injured after a tackle by Marquinhos during the UCL clash and now the Belgium international will miss the match vs Wolves.
The 25-year-old has not been selected for Belgium’s squad for their upcoming games against Russia and Cyprus and this is a clear indication that Romelu Lukaku is expected to be out for a long time.
This could be a serious issue for Solskjaer given that both Alexis Sanchez and Jesse Lingard are still out injured which means currently Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial are the only fit forwards for United.
Romelu Lukaku has played second fiddle for Solskjaer ever since the Norwegian took charge of the club but in recent times the striker has seen a fair bit of game time due to all the injuries.
Rom was a guaranteed starter for the weekend clash vs Wolves but now that he is out injured, Marcus Rashford will have to play as the lone striker.
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