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Solskjaer reveals Alex Telles contacted Covid-19, Martial is still suspended ahead of Arsenal game

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Manchester United are currently enjoying a good path at the moment. A five star performance during mid week against RB Leipzig seems to be another highlights for fans.
It was Marcus Rashford who came off the bench to score a hat-trick against Leipzig side who were thumped 5-0.

Meanwhile this weekend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men will host Arsenal at the Old Trafford.

United were held to a goalless draw against Chelsea last week, with Edouard Mendy of Chelsea producing some world class saves to deny Marcus Rashford late effort.

It's been understood that Arsenal are seeking their first league win at Old Trafford since September 2006.

A win will be big result for Mikel Arteta, ReportMinds understand.

Apparently, ahead of the game, Ole Gunnar has confirmed that some players will miss the game.

The manager revealed that new signing Alex Telles had tested positive for COVID-19, but fortunately he is not showing any symptoms.

“Alex won’t be ready, no,” Ole told reporters.
“Apart from that I would think everyone else, at the moment, looks like they could be involved. "

He added that the squad looked good after their UEFA Champions League clash in the mid week.

“[The squad looks] good,” the Norwegian added in a separate interview with MUTV.

“There was no injuries [from Wednesday] which of course is a big plus when you think of every game we play and the intensity. We’re getting better and better, I think everyone is seeing now that our fitness and sharpness is more up to speed and we should be ready for that game [on Sunday].”

It's been reported that defender, Eric Bailly and Jesse Lingard are still on the sidelines. Ole added both players will be out until after the November international break.

Meanwhile, Anthony Martial is seeing out the final game of a three-match domestic suspension, served after he was sent off against Tottenham.

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