Manchester United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have finally shade some light on their star players ban situation, ahead of premier League early clash with the limping Everton tomorrow, despite the strict standards.Despite being available for tomorrow's game selection against the Toffees, Manchester United right back defender Aoron Wan-bissaka, will be unavailable for his club during the Champions league group stage qualifications with Serie A side Atalanta, just like when he missed Wednesday's victory against Villarreal, since he will be serving his a ban for crucial tackle on Young Boys star player.However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided some positive news that they are going to appeal for that ban, something that will give some hope for United fanbase, especially now that Luke Shaw is still nursing some injury.Speaking at Club's official website he revealed:
"(I am) shocked. yeah, we're going to hand an appeal of course, because he ends up almost with a three-game ban. It's two-thirds of the game he got sent off in, that one (Villarreal), and an extra one."
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