The season for Man United interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be winding off because of the injury worries he has got to face.
From the latest report, the former Man United boss will go into the next game as soon as the international break is over with no first team attacker because of the long injury.
Marcus Rashford is the fifth Man United player that has been withdrawn from the international break after Romelu Lukaku, Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw and Nemanja Matic.
It would be recalled that 9 United players were unavailable for the second leg clash against Paris Saint Germain, PSG in the Champions League round of 16 but they were able to see through those times.
What is most worrisome is the fact that they will not have all of their strikers fit for the game, recalling that Alexis Sanchez has also been ruled out for a couple of weeks while Anthony Martial is also unfit to help his France national team.
This could spell doom to the Red Devils boss and a threat to his bid to land the job at the Old Trafford on a permanent deal should he fail to win.
The record has it that the former Red Devils forwards have been helped by the good form of his attackers. Now they might be unavailable.