Romelu Lukaku is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first headache with Manchester United striker set to miss two games on compassionate leave

By John Mac, December 21, 2018

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suffered his very first blow off as Manchester United’s caretaker director with celebrity striker Rome Lukaku set to miss his two game in charge. It is understood that Lusaka has spent on compassionate leave and is not likely to come back for the club until Boxing Day. He won’t be available to Solskjaer until United experience Bournemouth on December 30.

The news can be a setback to get its 45-year-old Norwegian, who started a six-month stint accountable of United on Thursday in June.

Solskjaer is expected to reestablish Paul Pogo to the lineup at Cardiff on Saturday after telling the team they’ll possess a ‘clean slate’ under him. Star midfielder Pogba is among a number of players who dropped out with the sacked Jose Mourinho.
The French World Cup winner has been dropped into the seat for United’s last about 3 Premier League games.

However, Solksjaer insisted on Thursday: ‘Together with the number of games coming up, they will most likely have an opportunity to reveal them are Manchester United people.
‘It’s incredible how it has evolved since I have arrived at 1996. It is huge.
‘It’s about manchester-united and ensuring the gamers know what they can do.’
‘It is the greatest club in the Earth, the very best fans in the world and we possess the best players in the world.
‘I’ve seen all the teams, which that I understand a bit about them, however, it isn’t about the resistance, it’s all about us.
‘I know that bar and that this club is understood by me. Background, tradition, giving youths an opportunity to play football and winning.
‘We want to receive the people enjoying soccer. We’re playing to our fans, looking for enjoyment, enjoying for the team, it’s background. In all honesty, it really is going to become really, very particular, I must say.