Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Eric Bailly will endure ‘routine checks’ at hospital after struggling a nasty-looking head harm in opposition to Chelsea on Sunday.
The 26-year-old clashed heads with teammate Harry Maguire which compelled a prolonged stoppage simply earlier than half-time in United’s 3-1 FA Cup semi-final defeat at Wembley.
Maguire was patched up with a bandage, whereas Bailly walked off the pitch, however then required a stretcher.
He was changed by Anthony Martial within the 47th minute as he was applauded by each units of gamers.
It was Bailly’s second head knock in fast succession after he collided with Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma.
Solskjaer stated: “I hope he’ll be high quality. I haven’t seen him after the sport. He had a reduce at the back of his head, so I’ll go and see the doc afterwards.
“He has gone to hospital to undergo all of the routine checks.”
To make issues worse for United, Olivier Giroud then gave Chelsea a deserved lead because the first-half finally completed within the 58th minute.
Mason Mount doubled United’s benefit a minute into the second-half when David de Gea was unable to maintain out his tame long-range effort.
The Crimson Devils’ destiny was then sealed as Harry Maguire turned a Marcos Alonso cross into his personal internet with 16 minutes remaining.
Bruno Fernandes pulled one again for United from the penalty spot late on after Martial was tripped by Callum Hudson-Odoi.