MANCHESTER UNITED’S clash with Brentford is at risk of being postponed as the club have suffered a Covid-19 outbreak, SunSport can reveal.
Elsewhere, there were worrying scenes as Victor Lindelof suffered a heart scare and he was quickly substituted during Manchester United’s 1-0 win over Norwich.
Boss Rangnick said the defender has had tests since the game, and “seems ok”.
Rangnick said: “Victor can’t even remember himself how it happened. I think he had a collision with another player and had problems to breathe.
“For more than 10 minutes his heart rate was higher than normal and he was a little shocked by this, so we had to replace him.
“The doctor has checked him after the match and it seems everything is OK now, but we still have to see how he is doing tomorrow. Hopefully he will fit for the Brentford game.”
On the transfer front, Erling Haaland’s agent has delivered a withering snub to United by telling the Red Devils they’re simply not as big as their European rivals.
Mino Raiola has put Real Madrid, Manchester City, Bayern Munich and even Barcelona in front of United, despite the fact that the cash-strapped Nou Camp club didn’t even make it out of their Champions League group.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba has chatted with Rangnick about his injury troubles, with the German putting roughly a month on the Frenchman’s timespan for a return.
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