Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United are currently sweating on the availability of the club’s two biggest stars after midfield duo, Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba collided in training earlier today.
According to Mirror Sport, both midfielders were involved in a training ground collision which resulted in both players having to taken away for treatment. It is also believed that Fernandes came off worse out of the pair with his inclusion for tomorrow’s important game against Bournemouth thrown into doubt.
It is reported that the accidental collision between the two occurred when Pogba ran into Fernandes during an intensive training session at the club’s training ground Carrington.
The club have refused to comment on the reported incident out of fear it could reveal manager Solskjaer’s selection plans ahead of kick-off tomorrow afternoon.
With the pair impressively linking up during their first two starts for the club, this news will be of great concern to United fans who will be hoping the Reds can capitalise on top-four rivals Chelsea and Leicester City’s recent slip-ups against West Ham and Everton, respectively.
All eyes will be on United as they take on Eddie Howe’s struggling Bournemouth at 15:00 BST on July 4 with Solskjaer’s starting line-up expected to be announced around 14:00 BST.