McTominay, Pogba, Rashford – Latest Man Utd injury news and return dates ahead of Chelsea game

After the winter break, Manchester United face Chelsea in what promises to be a pivotal game in the race for a top four spot.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side know a win would be huge, especially after dropping points in recent weeks against Burnley and Wolves at Old Trafford.

They take on a Chelsea side who have also been in inconsistent form, with Blues boss Frank Lampard admitting that his team lack depth in attacking areas.

United will hope to welcome back several players from injury after their mini-break, although some key stars will still be on the treatment table.

Ahead of the Stamford Bridge clash, we take a look at the United players who will and won’t be fit for the trip to west London.

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Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford aggravated a back problem in United’s FA Cup third round replay against Wolves and has been ruled out until after the break.

Speaking on January 19, Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “Yeah it’s a [back] stress fracture. He’ll be out for a while.

“He won’t be back until after the mid-season break. Normally six weeks to heal, then he needs rehab after that.”

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Scott McTominay

Scott McTominay has been on the sidelines since the win over Newcastle on Boxing Day, with a knee injury.

Speaking in January, Solskjaer said: “Scott’s going to be out for a while. We won’t see him before the winter break, we’ll see him hopefully in February.”

However, according to the MEN, the Scottish international is not expected to travel with the first team squad for a warm-weather training camp in Spain next week and will instead continue his rehab work, which he admits has been tough going.

In a recent update, McTominay told Sky Sports: “I am feeling good, hopefully do my best to be back on the pitch as soon as I possibly can.

Paul Pogba

Pogba made a substitute appearance in the…


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