Part of the greatest undoing to Manchester United has been the number of injuries picked up by their players this season and the situation isn’t getting better as they will be without Marcos Rojo and Jesse Lingard when they face Leicester City in the Premier League this weekend, this is according to the Mirror.
The Old Trafford landlords are already without Valencia, Carrick, Shaw, Herrera and Jones and the number of injuries to the club is becoming alarming. United squad that had depth beginning this season is already looking thin as they have been decimated by injuries.
Manchester United are currently second on the Premier League table behind Leicester City. The latest injuries to Rojo and Lingard means they will be without two players that have emerged as mainstay in their squad.
Meanwhile, Leicester City have a bigger squad and they will be looking to take advantage of United injury problem to increase the point difference between them and United. United are 2 points adrift of Leicester City who are at the top of the table.
The major blow for United will be the absence of Rojo but McCnair will come in his place in the defence while we expect Memphis to be played on the flank but Van Gaal will be left with thin options on the bench.