Manchester United confirm absent trio for Chelsea clash
The recent report from football.london brought to our notice that Manchester United have confirmed they will be without Harry Maguire, Paul Pogba, and Raphael Varane for their trip to Chelsea on Sunday afternoon.
United’s defender Maguire was shown a red card in last weekend’s defeat to Watford, meaning the England international is suspended for the clash with the Blues. infoguidenigeria
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Raphael Varane picked up a thigh injury against Atalanta at the start of November and remains out for this weekend’s match in London. Luke Shaw will be assessed after being concussed in the Manchester Derby recently.
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