Manchester United might be without key defender Harry Maguire for the upcoming Carabao Cup semifinal meeting with city rivals Manchester City who are the reigning Premier League champions.
Harry Maguire sustained a knock in the first half of the FA Cup clash with Wolverhampton Wanderers in the third round but the England national team star managed to battle on with the injury.
His injury status was revealed by club manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who said that they were close to removing Harry Maguire shortly after suffering that knock via a challenge from Wolverhampton Wanderers speedster Adama Traore.
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Solskjaer is hopeful that Harry Maguire will be fit for the Manchester City game in the Carabao Cup later this week.
Manchester United will play hosts to Manchester City at Old Trafford in what’s the first leg of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night nefore the return leg at the Etihad Stadium later this month.
The first and only Manchester Derby played this season ended with a win for Manchester United who edged Manchester City 2-1 in their Premier League outing.
Harry Maguire has been a constant part of the Manchester United starting XI this season following his summer move to Old Trafford in a record £80m deal.