Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed Harry Maguire's injury didn't result in a bone fracture.
Maguire picked up an injury during United's 3-1 victory over Aston Villa on Sunday and was replaced by Eric Bailly in the second half. It was feared the club's captain could have a bone fracture and could miss the remainder of the season.
However, Solskjaer says there is still hope that Maguire will play again this season.
"He's obviously had the scans and the good news is there is no fracture," Solskjaer told to MUTV.
"[There's] Ligament damage but hopefully we will see him again this season. Hopefully, he'll be ready for the final."
A return for the England international will be a huge boost as the Red Devils face Villarreal in the Europa League final on May 26th, which will be United's final game this season.
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