Manchester United will be without defender Luke Shaw when club football resumes at the end of November, MySportDab reports.
The injury news gives Alex Telles a long chance to impress with the first team.
According to The Athletic, Shaw could be out for upto four or six weeks and miss football action until December at least.
However, Shaw’s injury is a significant disappointment for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.
The England international had started all of United’s seven Premier League games this season.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expressed his anger at the Premier League’s tight match schedule after Shaw was injured in the Everton game on Saturday.
United played the match at Goodison Park just over 48 hours after facing Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Solskjaer said: “Luke Shaw is now injured. It’s a hamstring problem which might be long and Marcus Rashford is still struggling.
“They have set us up to fail. How can you place a match after a Champions League game in Turkey on Wednesday night and set us to play Saturday 12:30pm kick-off?
“There’s the Liverpool and City game, fair enough they play against each other, they played on Tuesday and now again Sunday. Who’s responsible? We’ve had enough.”
Former Porto star Telles, impressed on his Manchester United debut in the Champions League win against Paris Saint-Germain.
The 27-year-old Brazilian resumed training last week after recovering from Covid-19.
His two-week isolation period meant he missed the games against Chelsea, Arsenal, RB Leipzig, and Istanbul Basaksehir.
He was also not in the team that faced Everton.
But, Telles looked very impressive in his only appearance so far for the Red Devils.
Discussing Telles’ debut display against PSG, Solskjaer was left impressed by his summer signing, who cost around £13million.
Shaw had provided two assists in 10 matches across all competitions this season before his injury.
Telles scored two goals and provided two assists in three matches for Porto this season before his Manchester United transfer.