€65m-rated Man United injured shot-stopper could skip the PL clash

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David de Gea received treatment for a muscular injury during Furia Roja’s 1-1 draw against Sweden and demanded to continue playing before David was eventually forced off in the second half.

Swedish centre-forward Marcus Berg broke the deadlock with a 50th-minute header past David, and the shot-stopper’s misery was compounded as he went down injured on the hour mark.

Spain international appeared to tweak a muscle while taking a goal kick and looked in some discomfort as he hobbled his way off the pitch alongside two members of Furia Roja’s medical staff. Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga came on in De Gea’s place for the remainder of the Euro 2020 qualifier.

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Sweden looked to be heading for a win as the clock wound down at Stockholm’s Friends Arena before Rodrigo Moreno scored a dramatic injury-time equaliser to book Furia Roja’s place at next summer’s competition.

The sight of the 28-year-old shot-stopper hobbling off the pitch on Tuesday night will undoubtedly be a concern for Norwegian manager ahead of Red Devils clash with Premier League leaders Liverpool this weekend.

Speaking after the match, Spain coach Robert Moreno revealed that David was treated for the muscle injury at half-time and asked to play on regardless. ‘He had pain in the abductor’s muscle, but he received treatment at half-time and wanted to keep playing,’ Robert said.

‘David gave us his word, but in the end, he couldn’t continue.’ Merseyside club have had injury concerns of their own ahead of Sunday’s trip to Man United, but two of Jurgen Klopp’s key players are in line to make their returns.

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