Just like premier League table leaders Chelsea, Manchester United are also nursing some serious injuries ahead of the the Super clash, with up to four star players set to be sidelined.
Now Despite this week's speculations that star defender Rafael Varane might pull up from injury casualty to step up for Sunday game, trusted sources have finally informed that the Frenchman together with his counterpart Paul Labile Pogba still needs month away, and won't be available just like Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire.
According to Football London, the Red devils star left back Luke Shaw is a big doubt for Sunday's trip to Bridge, and he will need some assessment to see if he is really fit for selection, leaving the premier League giants with the only option of playing Alex Telles, Victor Nelsson Lindeloaf, Bailey and Wan-bissaka on defence since Harry Maguire will still be serving his the Red card sentence he received against Watford.
After the 2-0 deserved win at Estadio de la ceramica during champions League group stage clash against Villarreal, Manchester United interim coach Michael Carrick will be hoping to keep achieving same positive results, when they travel to Starmford bridge this Sunday for their 13th league assignment this season, before leaving that post for Ralf Rangnick next week.
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