Manchester United could have a potential crisis on their hands with Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba both injured in a training ground collision. The pair have been in superb form for the Red Devils since the Premier League restart and this could be a huge problem for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Both Fernandes and Pogba are now doubts to face Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday (3pm).
A win would send United above Chelsea in the table before the Blues take on Watford at 8pm.
The clash was accidental when Pogba ran into his team-mate as Solskjaer was putting his squad through some exercises at Carrington.
Both had to receive treatment with Fernandes said to come off worse in the altercation.
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United have refused to comment on the situation which could impact Solskjaer’s team selection in a big way for the match against Bournemouth.
The Red Devils are pushing hard for a place in the top four and could still win the FA Cup and Europa League.
Fernandes and Pogba were superb together in the 3-0 hammering of Brighton earlier this week.
Solskjaer will be desperate for the pair to have escaped with minor problems after the incident.
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