Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has outlined his fears that Scott McTominay could be out for two months after suffering an ankle injury.
McTominay was passed fit to play in United’s 3-1 win over Brighton on Sunday after suffering a knock to his foot in Thursday’s Europa League victory over Partizan Belgrade.
But injury struck again as the midfielder went over on his ankle close to the end of the win over Brighton at Old Trafford which catapulted United up to seventh in the Premier League.
McTominay is due to have a scan on Monday to determine the severity of the injury – with United boss Solskjaer hoping that one of his star performers will only be sidelined for a couple of weeks at most.
However, Solskjaer recalled one injury he suffered in his playing days which kept him out for eight weeks.