Manchester United are looking forward to welcoming the tough Premier League side Manchester City at the Old Trafford in their encounter tomorrow. The red's have 32 points after 17 matches and Pep side have 35 points after same number of games in the current Premier League campaign.
However as Manchester United took on Bournemouth back in January 3rd the red's lost Donny Van de Beek through a knee injury. The latter has been assessed and the bad news has just been confirmed by Erik ten Hag ahead of Manchester derby.
According to Sunsport report the Manchester United manager said on Donny Van de Beek, "It is his knee. On the long term it is looking really good, he will be back for the start of pre-season. The rest of the season he is out.
“Everyone has thoughts with him it is terrible. It was a bad tackle, a bad injury.Our thoughts and feeling are with the player. We are building something good and you want to be part of it but because of that injury he is now out.
The good news is that in the long term he will be back and his knee will be stable.”concluded Ten Hag as per Sunsport report.
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