Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is going through the mill in terms of injuries as we get into the business end of the season. The Red Devils boss, having to plan for a top four run-in and Europa League semi-finals has been stripped of some top players in recent weeks.
Having lost both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo for the season, the former Chelsea manager also lost world-record signing Paul Pogba in their win over Burnley last weekend.
Marouane Fellaini added to his manager’s problems with a foolish elbow in last night’s Manchester Derby, earning himself a straight red card just seconds after he had been booked.
With his midfield in tatters, the Portuguese will have been hoping to see Pogba fit and ready to face Paul Clement’s struggling side, however, he has admitted he may have play Wayne Rooney in a midfield berth after confirming that his French midfielder will only be able to return for the first semi-final against Celta Vigo next week.