Luke Shaw has also recently been unavailable after picking up two head injuries in quick succession, with the left-back missing the matches against Villarreal and Chelsea.
Speaking during Wednesday's pre-match press conference, Man United caretaker manager Michael Carrick admitted that the team still have issues in the treatment room, although Harry Maguire will be available for selection after missing out against Chelsea through suspension.
"Nothing really new. There are always niggles at this time of year, playing a lot of games. There are always players you're waiting on a little bit, to an extent," Carrick told reporters. "Obviously, Harry is coming back into the squad after his suspension but we'll see who is fit and available for tomorrow [Thursday]."
Carrick will again lead the team against the Gunners, but incoming interim head coach Ralf Rangnick is expected to be in the stands at Old Trafford, with the Germain waiting for his work permit. body check tags ::