Manchester United news: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits Eric Bailly harm’does not look good’

Manchester United news: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits Eric Bailly harm’does not look good’

The Ivorian suffered another injury setback throughout Thursday’s International Champions Cup match against Spurs, leaving his supervisor using a defensive gap

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer approved Eric Bailly’s state”does not seem great” following the centre-back suffered a knee injury at Manchester United’s win over Tottenham.

United clinched a 2-1 victory in Thursday’s International Champions Cup struggle as a result of Angel Gomes’ well-taken campaign from the 80th moment, but the major talking point in the competition was that the blow to Bailly.

The Ivory Coast worldwide had just been on the pitch 10 moments following his half-time debut before moving down in need of medical care, having tried to block a shot against Son Heung-min, that had been flagged offside.

Bailly was hauled off on that a stretcher and afterwards photographed on crutches with his knee in a brace, ongoing the harm nightmare he’s had to endure over the previous two years with the Red Devils concurrently struggling for defensive type in his absence.

Manager Solskjaer couldn’t offer you any kind of upgrade after the match in Shanghai but appeared pessimistic regarding the 25-year old’s illness.

“It is never pleasant having an accident and not worthwhile,” Solskjaer told reporters.

“He has done his kneebut we are not certain how bad.

“We will need to get him back to Manchester and also do scans. We’ll hope for the best.”

He added in a meeting MUTV:”It does not look fantastic, but let us see how it goes”

United have been closely linked with a move for #80 million-rated Leicester City centre-back Harry Maguire in recent months and Solskjaer was requested if Bailly’s harm will observe that the golf club intensify their pursuit of defensive reinforcements.

However he appeared to indicate he’s content with the choices open to him, including:”We have had six centre-backs rotating [on United’s tour].

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“Phil [Jones] played three matches, then now Marcos [Rojo] and Chris [Smalling] took their opportunities.

“We seemed assured at the trunk. You are never happy once you get harms — let us hope for the best for Eric.”

The Ivorian has made 74 looks for the club since joining from Villarreal in the summer of 2016, but produced only 12 looks in the Premier League last year as he fought to stay healthy and accessible selection.

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