Manchester United captain Antonio Valencia has suffered a fresh injury setback that will keep him out of the trip to Fulham, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed.
Valencia, 33, is considered likely to leave Old Trafford at the end of a season in which he has featured in just five Premier League matches.
The last of those came in the 2-0 win at Newcastle United on January 2, his only appearance under interim manager Solskjaer.
"Well hopefully he'll recover [before the end of the season] because he's been training hard, really hard," Solskjaer said of Valencia.
"Then he got a setback so hopefully in a couple of weeks he'll [be available].
"He's captain for us, hopefully we can get him back on the pitch but it was hard when he broke down. He would've travelled now this weekend."
Solskjaer will, however, have an upbeat Phil Jones at his disposal following the defender's commitment to a new four-year contract on Friday.
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