Marouane Fellaini to miss Liverpool clash due to injury

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Fellaini is set to miss Belgium's qualifier against Cyprus on Tuesday, and will miss United's match against Liverpool on Saturday.

That's what Red Devils boss Roberto Martinez has confirmed amid concerns the midfielder is set for a spell on the sidelines.

The Red Devils are already without injured midfielder Paul Pogba as well as Lukaku's worldwide team-mate Marouane Fellaini, who suffered ligament damage during the win in Bosnia.

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However, Martinez has since confirmed that Fellaini suffered knee ligament damage, which is likely to keep him out of action for a lengthy spell.

Considering Belgium have already qualified for next year's World Cup, any aggravation of the injury that could impact his fitness back in England would undoubtedly infuriate United. After already missing out on Paul Pogba, the Mancunian club face a deafening blow with Marouane Fellaini now out for at least a couple of weeks.

"Romelu is fit and available, he's training with us tonight", said Martinez.

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Premier League heavyweights Manchester United are embroiled in a crisis in midfield ahead of their mouthwatering clash against Liverpool this weekend.

But the Belgium boss risks angering Jose Mourinho if Lukaku features in the meaningless qualifier.

"Now he is 100 per cent but we need to take into consideration that he has been with the group for only one [training] session". 'And, no, I have not received a call from Mourinho.

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According to The Sun, United face being without Pogba until their hectic Christmas programme, ruling him out of key league games against Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Manchester City. "We are in touch with Manchester United's medical team".

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