Man United injury update: Full list of Red Devils set to return to action
The latest Man United injury update on the likes of Michael Carrick, Marouane Fellaini and Chris Smalling
Chris Smalling could be fit for Manchester United’s Premier League trip to Watford on Saturday despite picking up a small injury problem late on during England’s 2-0 defeat by Spain on Friday night.
The England defender was replaced by Gary Cahill in the 84th minute of the friendly loss but his undisclosed injury is not thought to be serious.
Meanwhile, Michael Carrick is set for a significant spell on the sidelines after twisting his ankle late on during England’s loss to Spain. England boss Roy Hodgson commented on Carrick’s injury after Friday’s game.
Carrick had started the game but was replaced by Jonjo Shelvey in the 91st minute after he appeared to twist his ankle.
Marouane Fellaini remains sidelined with an undisclosed problem, with the Belgium international pulling out of international duty last week and no return date currently set.
Man United injury update: Players currently out
Michael Carrick (ankle)
Marouane Fellaini (unknown)
Chris Smalling (knock)
Paddy McNair (abdominal strain)
James Wilson (knock)
Luke Shaw (broken leg)
Antonio Valencia (ankle)
Paddy McNair could be available for selection again when United take on Watford after his spell on the sidelines with an abdominal strain.
James Wilson was also scheduled to be back in contention to face Watford after his lay-off with a slight knock.
Manchester United’s long-term absentees include Luke Shaw (broken leg) and Antonio Valencia (ankle), with both players not expected to be fit to return to action until the New Year.