Manchester United have ten injured players heading into tomorrow evening’s game against Crystal Palace.
Jesse Lingard aggravated a hamstring injury when he came on against Liverpool on Sunday. The 26-year-old picked up the problem just two weeks ago in the 2-0 defeat to PSG, but it seems he came back too early.
Both Ander Herrera and Juan Mata also picked up hamstring issues in the draw at the weekend and won’t feature against Palace.
Nemanja Matic is set to be sidelined for a couple of weeks with a muscular problem which kept him out of the Liverpool game. Meanwhile, Marcus Rashford is still having his ankle assessed by the medical team and is a major doubt for tomorrow.
Anthony Martial has been ruled out with a groin strain, with Matteo Darmian (knock) and captain Antonio Valencia (groin) also out of contention.
Defender Phil Jones has been suffering with illness in recent days and will not travel to Selhurst Park. Youngster Mason Greenwood will also be unavailable for the game.
One player who, surprisingly, is back fit is Marcos Rojo. The Argentine has not featured since he came on as a substitute in the 4-1 win over Fulham in December.