Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes have suffered a bad injury while in training, MySportDab reports.
The duo have in great form for the Red Devils since the Premier League restart and now Coach Ole Gunnar Solksjaer could have a huge problem.
Both Pogba and Fernandes are now doubts to play AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League match on Saturday.
A win would move United above Chelsea in the table before the Blues play against Watford at 8pm.
The clash in training was accidental when Pogba ran into his team-mate without any bad intentions during some exercises at Carrington.
Both had to receive medical treatment immediately with Fernandes said to be worse after the altercation.
According to The Mirror, United have are yet to comment on the topic which could impact Solskjaer’s team news for the Bournemouth match.
The Red Devils are working hard for a spot in the Premier League top four and could win the FA Cup or maybe Europa League.
Fernandes and Pogba worked together very well in the 3-0 thrashing of Brighton earlier this week.
However, Solskjaer will be hopeful the pair can resume back soon after the training incident.
Fernandes has scored five goals and provided three assists in eight Premier League matches so far.
Pogba has had a poor season with his injury problems keeping him out for several months.
There is no confirmation from Manchester United yet if this story from the Mirror is true, so MySportDab will try our best to contact them and provide an update soon.