Manchester United will have to wait a little longer to learn the extent of Marcus Rahsford's injury.
The striker was taken off during United's Premier League clash against Manchester City on Sunday with what was visibly an ankle injury.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed this after the match but was hopeful it will not keep him out for long.
“It is one of them. It was a great recovery run, a recovery sprint, he saved maybe a goal, so he sacrificed himself for the team,” Ole told club media.
“It is something with his ankle I think. I am not a doctor but hopefully, it is not too bad. We will have to scan him in the morning.”
Solskjaer had already suffered another injury blow just before the game, with Edinson Cavani ruled out with a minor knock.
United next up take on AC Milan in the Europa League, and Solskajer will be hoping the duo will be available.