Manchester United captain Harry Maguire had to be subbed off in the second half of the game against Aston Villa on Sunday after picking up an injury.
Now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping that the defender can return from his ankle injury suffered against Aston Villa before the Europa League final.
At the end of the game, the Norwegian spoke about the severity of Harry Maguire’s injury and said it “Might be a few weeks might be a few days,” until he is back.
Solskjaer insisted that he is hopeful the Englishman is back for the final but isn’t completely certain about it.
Harry Maguire had to be substituted for the first time in the Premier League as a Manchester United player after Anwar El-Gehazi unwittingly landed on his ankle – forcing the former Leicester City man to go off.
The United’s captain is ruled out for the Leicester game but scan results will confirm the extent of his injury and just how many games Maguire will miss through his injury.