Manchester United have only won once in their first four Premier League games of the new season and at the moment, they are 8th in the table, 7 points behind league leaders Liverpool.
In the last PL contest, United dropped points against Southampton and Solskjaer will be looking to earn all three points when his players collide against Leicester City on 14th September.
The Foxes are currently 3rd in the table with 8 points even after selling star defender, Harry Maguire, to the Old Trafford club.
As far as our team news is concerned, Wan-Bissaka was called up for the national side but he has been sent back due to a back problem.
The good news is that the young right back might be able to play against Leicester City after the international break. According to The Telegraph, United’s £50million summer signing may well be able to play vs the Foxes with the injury as long as it is managed correctly in between games.
It must be remembered that our first choice left back, Luke Shaw, is already out injured and Solskjaer has confirmed that the English defender may return a week or two after the international break (MEN). In the absence of Shaw, veteran Young has mainly played in the left back position.
We let Darmian and Valencia leave in the summer transfer window and do not have enough quality and depth in right back position. Therefore, we need Wan-Bissaka fit and roaring and hopefully, that will be the case when we face Leicester City.