‘We Need Him’ ‘Hope He Is Keeping His Cards Close To His Chest’ United Fans Respond As Solskjaer Provides Injury Update

‘We Need Him’ ‘Hope He Is Keeping His Cards Close To His Chest’ United Fans Respond As Solskjaer Provides Injury Update

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said he will give Luke Shaw as much time as possible to recover from an ankle injury ahead of Sunday’s game against Leicester.

The 25-year-old has missed the last three games after picking up the problem in the 2-2 draw against Southampton, and his absence has been keenly felt.

Supporters on Twitter are hoping Shaw returns to fitness for the crunch game at the King Power Stadium:


Shaw has not always been a favourite among United fans but the limitations of the likes of Brandon Williams and Timothy Fosu-Mensah playing on the left-hand side have highlighted the importance of the ex-Southampton defender.

Solskjaer’s noncommital answer, when asked about the fullback, doesn’t really provide us with a clue. The Norwegian has been very successful in keeping opponents guessing in regards to his team selection this season. It’s likely, though, a decision on Shaw’s participation will not be made until the final minute.