2 Manchester United players ruled out of the final round of International matches
Scott Mctominay and Luke Shaw have been ruled out of today’s international fixtures, which pit Scotland against Denmark and England against San Marino.
Mctominay had been missing games due to a throat infection a few days ago, and it now appears that the illness has progressed to the point where he will be removed from international duty.
Shaw has been recovering from a concussion he suffered against Manchester City at Old Trafford. Since then, he has not played for England and is said to be under supervision.
Several Manchester United players have withdrew from international duty over the course of the international break. Marcus Rashford was the first player to withdraw due to a fitness problem. Because of an injury he got during training, Paul Pogba was forced to leave the French camp. He is expected to be sidelined until January.
In just a few days, club football will resume, and United will once again be in desperate need of these players.