London - Winger Ashley Young will not feature in Manchester
United's Champions League match at CSKA Moscow on Wednesday after sitting out
Tuesday's pre-match training session with a calf injury.
Young was absent for Saturday's 3-0 win at Everton and
manager Louis van Gaal confirmed that he would not travel to Moscow, along with
Luke Shaw (broken leg), Paddy McNair (liver damage) and James Wilson (illness).
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"It's the same amount of injuries so Luke Shaw, Paddy McNair
and Ashley Young are not going with us," Van Gaal told MUTV.
"'Willo' was a little bit ill -- Wilson as he is named,
but for us it is Willo -- so he shall not travel with us."
But winger/full-back Antonio Valencia and reserve goalkeeper
Sergio Romero, who missed the win at Everton because they had long-haul flights
after the international break, are both expected to travel to Moscow.
United trained at their Carrington training base in
southwest Manchester on Tuesday morning and were due to fly to the Russian
capital later in the day.
All four teams in Group B -- United, CSKA, PSV Eindhoven and
Wolfsburg -- are level on three points after two matches.For
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