Manchester United suffer fresh injury blow on international duty, not McTominay

Manchester United have suffered another injury setback on international duty with Ashley Young having sustained a knock during Tuesday night’s international friendly against Italy.

The 32-year-old completed 90 minutes for the first time in the Three Lions shirt since 2013, but the match saw him injure his knee after a collision with Lorenzo Insigne in the 83rd minute of the game.

According to M.E.N, the veteran is now doubtful for the Swansea City game this weekend, though Young himself is optimistic that he can feature in the Premier League fixture.

Aside from Young, United could be without four other players, and this includes Sergio Romero and Scott McTominay, who are said to have sustained injuries on international duty with Argentina and Scotland respectively.

Phil Jones and Daley Blind remain long-term absentees for the club in defence, but they have been boosted by the return of Ander Herrera in training, after the Spaniard recovered from a hamstring problem.

 

 

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