Following goalkeeper David De Gea
dislocating a finger during a training session with Spain on Friday, Manchester United had a second player injured during the international break.
Dutch midfielder Daley Blind
must undergo an MRI on Monday after suffering a suspected medial ligament injury while playing for the Netherlands. The 24-year-old, who joined Man United
this season on a $22 million transfer, limped off 20 minutes into the 6-0 victory over Latvia. Netherlands coach Guus Hiddink
said: "I'm rather negative. I think it's a medial
ligament that is twisted. It might be a rupture."
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