Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has called out three senior players ahead of the upcoming Premier League meeting with Leicester City at the Threatre of Dreams this weekend.
Solskjaer urged three senior players namely Ashley Young, Nemanja Matic and Juan Manuel Mata to step up to the challenge of replacing the young players for the Leicester City game.
Solskjaer has looked in the direction of young players since the start of the season but the former club striker has been forced to turn to the experienced hands mainly due to the mini-injury crisis in his team.
The likes of Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw have all been ruled out of the Leicester City game, while Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Jesse Lingard are doubts.
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Solskjaer and Manchester United are on the search for a first win in four league games ahead of the Leicester City clash at Old Trafford.
Since the 4-0 win over Chelsea, Manchester United have failed to beat Wolverhampton Wanderers, Crystal Palace and Southampton.
Manchester United played 1-1 at the home of Wolves and Southampton, while they suffered a disappointing home loss to Crystal Palace in the middle of the two aforementioned away games.
Crystal Palace beat Manchester United 2-1 away from home to record a first win in three decades.