How Man Utd could line up with Pogba, Wan-Bissaka and Lingard all doubts for clash against Leicester – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED host Leicester tomorrow with a fresh raft of fitness concerns for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to consider.

Paul Pogba, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Jesse Lingard are all doubts to face the Foxes after suffering setbacks during the international window.

Wan-Bissaka was forced him to leave the England camp with a back injury, while team-mate Lingard developed an illness.

And Pogba pulled out of France duty with an ankle issue to leave Solskjaer sweating.

Wan-Bissaka would be a huge miss with Luke Shaw not in contention – meaning Ashley Young could shift to right-back to allow Marcos Rojo to line up on the opposite flank.

Nemanja Matic would be in line to replace Pogba, while the returning Anthony Martial should more than accommodate Lingard's absence.

Harry Maguire is taking on his former club for the first time since his £85million switch and former Old Trafford defender Jonny Evans has tipped him to restore the Glory Glory days.

The Foxes ace, who won 10 major trophies, including three Premier League titles in nearly 200 appearances for United, said: “Harry and Man United are a perfect match and he’s exactly what they need at this moment in time.

“He has the personality to play for United and the qualities you need to go with it. He is someone who goes to a new team and is a fans’ favourite wherever he goes.

“I came to Leicester and the impact he’d made in one season, and what he achieved with the World Cup and England, means everyone wants to sing his name.

“He is a bit of a cult hero, Harry, and the way he plays and his personality on the pitch is exactly what United need right now.”

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