Manchester United are looking to leave behind a mark in English football. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has plotted to fight for the Premier League title next season. The Norwegian is busy in pre-season to help his players get ready for new campaign.
Solskjaer played a friendly match last Sunday against Championship side Derby County and he was impressed with the performance from his team. And today the Manchester Club played QPR in their second friendly match. In this today's a 4-2 defeat the Manchester club received bad news ahead of the new season.
The Old Trafford star Alex Telles suffered injury blow and he may miss the start of the new season. The bad side of it are the romours that Manchester United star Luke Shaw could also miss the start of the new season.
With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking to fight hard in the premier league next season, these news are blows for him. Ours is to wait and see how the Norwegian will organize his squad to start well if the two left backs will be out of the pitch.
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