Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw will be unavailable for the game against West Brom later today due to injury.
Despite Shaw’s injury, Solskjaer insists he is not bothered about the left-back position at the club as he has enough options.
When speaking about his left-back options, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “Luke was in very good form.
“He was, as all of us were, getting momentum and getting better and better and I think we can see progression in his football. He trusts himself more. I think we have got more crosses and attacks from him lately and unfortunately then he gets his injury that will keep him out for a few weeks.
“Then Alex has had a troubled time after he came. He has already been on two international breaks, had COVID after he played really well against PSG, he’s not really played for Brazil, just five or 10 minutes. He got one minute in these internationals, which is not great.
“Brandon has been here and trained really well. I’m starting to see the Brandon I saw last season, which I have to see more. Because if he keeps on doing what he was doing last season he’ll be fine and he’s done really well this week. We’ve got options at full-back so I’m not worried about that.”