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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given an injury update on the club duo Marcus Rashford and Harry Maguire ahead of their Premier League clash against Bournemouth on Saturday.
United ended their Carabao Club fourth round with 2 – 1 win over Chelsea. Rashford was the goalscorer of the day, netting a penalty and a free-kick for the Red Devils. However, he was replaced by Ashley Young after picking up a knee problem.
Later, Brandon Williams told the bench Harry Maguire had a knock, however, Solskjaer, who had used all three of his substitutions didn’t replace him.
As the next Premier League clash is near, Solskjaer has revealed the duo will be able to play at the Vitality Stadium.
He told MUTV: We’re playing football, it’s not basketball. Some of them are sore but you should be absolutely down on your knees because it’s worth it. But they’re quick healers and hopefully they’ll be ready for Saturday.”