Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has confirmed that Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw will miss the Red Devils' Premier League clash against West Ham United at London Stadium on Sunday afternoon. I feel it's a sport that West Ham will actually fancy profitable.
The Hammers moved into the top four as a result of seeing of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's - admittedly injury-hit side - but for the visitors, there was just nothing in the game.
Daniel James was a part of the squad and the likes of Harry Maguire, David De Gea and Victor Lindelof are all anticipated to be reinstated to the beginning line-up.
"We're in good shape and we've prepared well for this game".
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Manchester United are marred with injuries ever since the squad came back from the worldwide break. In the Premier League every game is hard, but we are ready for this game.
Keane, who won 13 major trophies during his spell at Old Trafford under Ferguson, said on Sky Sports: "I was shocked and saddened by how bad they were today".
Former United boss Jose Mourinho, sacked by the club in December of previous year, echoed Keane's words and admitted he did not have anything good to say about the visitors' performance.
"Everything was lacklustre. There was a lack of characters, a lack of quality, a lack of leaders, a lack of desire". I like the three and I think they're bringing good quality to the team. He is a big supporter20 of his former team mate, having famously declared United were "back" after the win over PSG in March. After six games, they are seventh in the table with games against Arsenal and Liverpool to come before the end of October. Our fans that follow us away from home are just incredible.
The Spain global could face compatriot Pablo Fornals at the London Stadium and he expects that the former Villarreal star still will be a big player for West Ham, despite him having only made one Premier League start so far this season.