Manchester United received bad news after the injury of goalkeeper David De Gea during the Euro 2020 clash between Spain and Sweden in Stockholm, which ended 1-1, Reuters reported on Tuesday, October 15th.
De Gea left the field injured after 60 minutes, shortly after the home side's opening goal.
He had been superb until Marcus Berg nodded home the opener from close range in the 51st minute. Shortly afterwards, the 28-year-old keeper sat down on the pitch before being replaced by Kepa.
Manchester United are set to meet leaders Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday, October 20th.
Manchester United suffers in the English Primer League with just two wins, three losses, and three draws, putting the team 12th near the relegation zone.
Liverpool did not lose any point this season after eight straight wins and is leading the PL with 24 points.
The Old Trafford clash on Sunday will be almost decisive for the Norwegian manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who is expected to be sacked in case of a heavy loss.