Manchester United Captain Harry Maguire is now a major doubt for the Europa League final after he limped out of the Aston Villa win on Sunday, MySportDab reports.
The United skipper got injured after a bad collision with El Ghazi and left Villa Park with his left leg in a protective boot.
Maguire will now undergo scans over the next 48 hours, but United could be without him for a few weeks.
The Red Devils play Villarreal in the Europa League final in Gdansk on May 26.
The 28-year-old, has been United’s most ever present player in the Premier League since he joined in 2019 from Leicester City.
Maguire wrote on Twitter: ‘I am Hoping the injury is not serious and I’ll be back playing again.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is also unsure about severity of the injury but admitted that Maguire could not play a few weeks.
‘We have a final coming up and hopefully it will be played with Harry Maguire,’ he said.
‘We must check him. It might keep him out for a few weeks, or maybe just a couple of days, who knows?
‘Hopefully, it isn’t too bad but I’m not a doctor and we will know more from the scan results today.’
🗣"I don't know how bad it is."
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave an injury update on Manchester United captain Harry Maguire pic.twitter.com/KM1G51HXXS
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