Harry Maguire suffers ligament damage but Man Utd skipper hopes to be fit for Europa League final

Harry Maguire suffers ligament damage but Man Utd skipper hopes to be fit for Europa League final

HARRY MAGUIRE has suffered ligament damage – but still hopes to be fit for the Europa League final.

The Manchester United captain today received the results of his tests after he suffered an injury in Sunday’s 3-1 win at Aston Villa.

There is minor ligament damage to his ankle but not as serious as it could have been.

Maguire has also suffered heavy bruising which has yet to go down but is able to walk without discomfort.

Sunsport yesterday revealed he looked certain to miss the final four Premier League games of the season.

United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will do everything possible to get Maguire ready for the May 26 final against the Spanish side in Poland.

Maguire will miss tonight’s home game with Leicester and Thursday’s clash with Liverpool.

He will also not feature against Fulham next Tuesday or Wolves on the final day of the season on May 23.

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Also, the scan results are good news for England boss Gareth Southgate who should have Maguire fit for Euro2020.

England’s first match is against Croatia at Wembley on June 13.

Until Sunday, Maguire had played every minute in the Premier League for United since his £85million move from Leicester in 2019.

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