Manchester United will be without their star man for the next few weeks as it has turned out that the defender's injury that he got this weekend has been serious.
Harry Maguire will be out for the next few weeks with a calf injury that he suffered last weekend during their loss against Aston Villa.
Luke Shaw also suffered an injury in the game and had to be taken out of the game and replaced with a right back despite playing in the left side position.
This afternoon, Harry Maguire has been announced to be out for the next few weeks on account of the calf injury he sustained.
This will he a big blow to Manchester United who will be facing Villareal tomorrow in their second game of the UEFA Champions League.
United will be looking to capitalize on the loss they suffered in their first game that was against Young Boys of Switzerland.
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