Goalkeeper David de Gea is an uncertainty for Manchester United’s Premier League game against Liverpool on Sunday in the wake of falling off harmed on Spain obligation.
The 28-year-old seemed to hurt his hamstring during his nation’s Euro 2020 qualifier in Sweden.
He was supplanted by Chelsea’s Kepa Arrizabalaga following an hour in Stockholm with his side trailing 1-0.
Damage time Rodrigo equalizer earned a 1-1 draw and verified Spain’s spot at the Euros.
De Gea’s damage came in harmless conditions – he promptly snatched the back of his leg subsequent to clearing a backpass from his very own player.
He sat on the ground in his six-yard box before advancing off the pitch nearby the physios.
Joined are twelfth in the Premier League and have not won in their previous three top-flight games.
They will confront a Liverpool side going for an eighteenth back to back Premier League win, an all out that would approach the record held by Manchester City.
De Gea was disparaging of his side’s exhibitions this season after their last match – a 1-0 thrashing at Newcastle – saying: “The entire season isn’t adequate for us.
“We have wounds yet it is anything but a reason. We are Manchester United. We have to prepare hard to continue battling and to return to winning games.”
On the off chance that De Gea can’t include at Old Trafford at the end of the week, Argentine Sergio Romero – who has highlighted in the Europa League and Carabao Cup this season – is probably going to supplant him.