Manchester United will be missing three midfielders for today’s match against Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup fifth round.
Manchester United will be missing Ander Herrera, Marouane Fellaini due to an injury, and Paul Pogba due to illness as the latest news and reports confirm and even Manchester United’s official Twitter account confirmed that the French midfielder, Paul Pogba, will be ruled out and dropped from the traveling squad to Huddersfield Town’s stadium today.
However, Jose Mourinho, Manchester United’s manager, will be getting a new player to replace Paul Pogba where a new youngster is expected to make his debut with Manchester United today in the FA Cup.
Manchester United confirmed on their official website that the Scottish midfielder, Ethan Hamilton, was called for the first team by Jose Mourinho to replace Paul Pogba and this will be the first participation for the Scotish midfielder with Manchester United’s first team.
Ethan Hamilton, 19 years old, is a regular player for Manchester United’s under 23 squad where the youngster has shined and caught the attention of Jose Mourinho to promote him for the first team today due to the lack of available players in the midfield, especially after dropping Paul Pogba.
Ethan Hamilton is expected to make his debut today, maybe from the bench if Jose Mourinho starts with McTominay and Michael Carrick in the midfielder, or Jose Mourinho may directly give Ethan Hamilton a chance to play the full match.
Knowing that dropping Paul Pogba is a big question mark for today’s match where the French midfielder is suspected to be having issues with Jose Mourinho over the position and duties Jose Mourinho wants Paul Pogba to play where it’s mostly defensive, and that is killing the talent and abilities of Paul Pogba.