Uniting Neymar in a stellar forward line alongside Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani has also left PSG short-handed in other areas due to financial fair play restrictions, particularly in central midfield.
However, with the Portuguese's sacking, United have been on the uptrend under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and they are now unbeaten in 11 successive games which includes 10 wins.
"In any case, we must wait a bit more as the exams are still ongoing".
"No good news for Edi this morning", said Tuchekl.
This news will come as a huge boost to Manchester United, who have gone 11 games unbeaten under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, winning 10 of them with one slight hiccup against Burnley, when Victor Lindelof rescued a point. Yes it is worrying. "We do not have another Edi, we do not have another Neymar".
This will certainly be a setback for Solskjaer but the Man United caretaker boss has yet another reason to be happy after Edinson Cavani picked up what looked to be a hamstring injury during PSG's 1-0 win over Bordeaux.
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Record signing Neymar is definitely out with a foot injury.
"We have lots of Plan Bs".
"But, obviously I already know Marco's opinion". Thomas Tuchel confirmed at the post-match presser that there was indeed a muscle tear, but then we await the seriousness of the injury.
The form of Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial has hogged all the headlines, and at home, they could well be favourites against PSG when they come visiting for the Champions League clash on Tuesday. We have to analyse Manchester United, we have to stay calm and confident. "We have to have a great game". He will hopefully play 45 minutes, but we have to decide.
When United were initially pitted against Les Parisiens, very few gave them the chance, given their struggles to garner regular wins under ex-boss Jose Mourinho.