Police increase train patrols for Wolves FA Cup crash

Romeulu Lukaku was complaining of a sore foot during the week

Romeulu Lukaku was complaining of a sore foot during the week

Lukaku, the 25-year-old striker, is set to be left out of Belgium's squad for their games against Russian Federation and Cyprus when it is announced today.

Solskjaer's side travel to Molineux to face Wolves on Saturday evening, with a place in the last four up for grabs as the Norwegian seeks the first trophy of his Old Trafford reign.

"At the moment, they feel that he can not be involved at the weekend".

"So, on Monday we'll have a clear idea and we'll assess him and we will make a decision based with how he feels then".

"I know he's young and I know it's not fair on kids to compare to great players like Michael was, but he's the same mould, he plays simple passes, plays through the lines", Solskjaer added.

Wolves have not won the FA Cup since 1960.

"He's coming back on Sunday", Solskjaer said of Sanchez.

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Alexis Sanchez is out with a knee injury and Solskjaer said the forward was seeking treatment in Barcelona and "still a few weeks away" from returning to fitness.

Already, the duo of Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata will be back in action after the worldwide break, but Sanchez is unlikely to return until April.

Solskjaer overlooked a question relating to a recent report that Sanchez could move on and was hardly wholehearted when asked if United would one day see the best of him.

"You can never be 100 percent sure, but Alexis is such a determined lad..."

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that David Beckham is set to join Man United mates to celebrate 20th anniversary of their 2-1 Champions League comeback win over Bayern Munich as both teams clash again in a friendly.

'He knows we believe in him, we've got great faith in him as the next Michael Carrick. "Phil Jones is back so we're looking stronger".

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