Solskjaer explains why Mason Greenwood won't play this weekend

Mason Greenwood is out injured at the worst possible time, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed.
Solskjaer told the club’s official website that Greenwood is out with an injury, and won’t face Huddersfield this weekend.
He expressed hope that he could return for the final game of the season, at home to Cardiff.
Mason [Greenwood] started off this week training but then he’s out injured again, unfortunately.
”We were looking at bringing him into the squad for the last two games – maybe he’ll make the last one [against Cardiff].”

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We noted this week that Greenwood was absent from training photos released from Carrington.
Youngsters Tahith Chong, Lee O’Connor, James Garner, and Angel Gomes all did feature.

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These two games are the perfect opportunity for United to bring youngsters into the team to start.
It should really have happened before now, and it’s unfortunate that Greenwood will miss out this weekend.

Romelu Lukaku is out with an injury, leaving Marcus Rashford to lead the line up front providing he can shake off a shoulder problem.
It does highlight how attacking reinforcements are needed in the summer, with United struggling for goals in recent games.
Lets hope Greenwood is available to face Cardiff and make a statement next weekend,

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