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22-01-2020 | 16:18 Football

Paul Ince names the player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would seriously regret to have let go

Paul Ince has named the player Manchester United boss would seriously regret to have let go, following Marcus Rashford's long-term injury. Rashford is likely to miss United games for six weeks, suffering a double back fracture as well as a piece of floating bone in his foot. The Red Devils will have to rely on their players, including Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood. The club is possible to sign a striker with a five-month loan as well. However, Ince thinks the case wouldn't give much trouble if Solskjaer didn't sell Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan during the summer transfer window. He said: "If Ole wasn’t already regretting letting Romelu Lukaku go, he seriously will be now. I’ll be the first to admit that I had a go at him at times, and he can’t retain the ball, but you do get 20-25 goals a season from him. United let him go without replacing him, and now they’re paying the price. Hindsight is a wonderful thing but really, Ole should’ve never let him go."
Source: Express UK

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