Felaini’s Belgium Knock Adds to Man United’s Long List of Injured Midfielder
Just last week Mourinho was still moaning about his list of injured centraal midfielder and has recently shown his discontent about the timing of the international break, there is one more thing to moan about. While United are patiently waiting for the comeback date for Pogba, Fellaini picked an injury while on duty with Belgium. On Saturday night it was confirmed that Fellaini suffered a left knee injury against Bosnia.
But scans on his knee could only take place on Sunday. Now the Belgium FA have released their updates, and it’s relatively good news for Man United. It’s claimed Fellaini will be out for a “couple of weeks” after the scan confirmed a “MCL sprain”. While no injury setback is welcomed, fears were that Fellaini could be out for months with his knee problem.
Fellaini has become an integral member of the Manchester United squad scoring four goals already this season and has been described as a very important player on and off the pitch by the manager Jose Mourinho. His absence will be a huge blow for the club, although they have some players to cover up