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Romelu Lukaku missing out on training Red Devils

Romelu Lukaku lacked dinsdagvoormiddag on training with the Red Devils. Romelu Lukaku is the only player not present was on training.

The striker ran Saturday in the match against Tunisia in the first half to an injury to the outer linkerenkelligament. Lukaku still tried to play, but had to after the break to the side. Monday he underwent a scan today/Tuesday will be the verdict, but Lukaku will still be spared in the duel on Thursday against England. “There is no damage, there is nothing to be worried about”, said Martinez on Monday all rested.

Dries Mertens (ankle) and Eden Hazard (calf) were also not steering it successfully from the match against the Tunisians, but they appeared Tuesday at the training ground. More than likely they will be with the eye on the second round also spared against the English. That will also be the case for Vincent Kompany, who Monday already joined the group, and also the Tuesday of the party was. Thomas Vermaelen was the duel against the English, then the ideal opportunity to matchritme to do. The defender of FC Barcelona can in the back of Jan Vertonghen, replaced with a yellow card behind his name. Thomas Meunier and Kevin De Bruyne should not be at the kick-off to be expected, they are likely to be replaced by Nacer Chadli and Marouane Fellaini.

The question remains, currently, how many bills Martinez Thursday will carry. The opinions voiced are for the time being divided, ranging from a minimum of six to a whole team. In addition, it is also not sure if Martinez and the Devils that final race, however, want to win. A second place in the final standings of the group seems to be, after all, only benefits. So, it would be a very strange race.

For the Red Devils is the last training in Dedovsk for the departure to Kaliningrad on Wednesday. Thursday night they take it out there on the slotspeeldag in group G in the Baltika Arena against England. After the training and Marouane Fellaini and Toby Alderweireld to the press yet.

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