Manchester United defender Raphael Varane will miss the next few weeks after suffering a groin injury.
The France centre-half was forced off during the first half of his country's Nations League final win over Spain.
He is set to miss a busy month for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side that includes fixtures against Liverpool and Tottenham and a Champions League tie against Atalanta at Old Trafford.
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With Harry Maguire also on the injury list, Varane's absence will cause a major headache for the Manchester United manager who is set to be without both of his first-choice options in the heart of his defence.
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"Raphael Varane suffered a groin muscle injury in the UEFA Nations League final and has commenced rehabilitation at the club," a statement from Manchester United read.
He will be out for a few weeks.
Maguire has been out with a calf injury and missed England's fixtures during the international break.
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Victor Lindelof partnered Varane in Manchester United's two games before the club football hiatus.
Eric Bailly could return to the starting side in Varane's stead.
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