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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Worried About Europa League Final Clash Against Villareal

Manchester United made into their first-ever final Under the Norwegian tactician Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Red Devils will grasp with Villareal in the final of the Europa League on May 26th as Solskjaer looks to add a trophy to his cabinet.

However, Ole has revealed his worries about this difficult clash. According to The Mirror, the United boss could lack his key players in Gdansk next Wednesday. It has been confirmed defender Harry Maguire's ambitions to lead United in the final will fail to the prospect as his switches still hold him up.

Ole says Maguire won't feature in this game even as they try quick recovery for their star who suffered an injury against Villa.

Also, Scott MacTominay and Fred could be unavailable next week in a must-win game for the Manchester club.

Ole says the pair suffered an injury in the last draw against relegated Fulham. Scott was forced into the tunnels and despite Fred finishing the game, he was also injured.

Ole says this is a blow ahead of Villareal which is at cloud level as far as La Liga performance is concerned.

Forward Antony Martial a keen for a return and working hard to feature which his manager claim he will return with a good display.

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