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Sport Mukiele threatens to fail in Manchester

18:41  26 october  2020
18:41  26 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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While things are looking pretty good for two other problem children, RB Leipzig in Manchester will probably have to do without Nordi Mukiele.

Musste während des Hertha-Spiels behandelt werden: Nordi Mukiele. © imago images Had to be treated during the Hertha game: Nordi Mukiele.

RB Leipzig can fall back on Kevin Kampl in the Champions League group game at Manchester United on Wednesday. The midfielder, who complained about muscular problems in the thigh after the 2-1 win against Hertha BSC on Saturday, completed the training session on Monday without any complaints.


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Tyler Adams is also on the mend, who missed the game against Hertha due to an inner ligament irritation in his knee. The American should definitely make the trip to Manchester on Tuesday and undergo a stress test in the final training session.

In contrast, the game at Old Trafford will probably come too early for Nordi Mukiele. The French defense all-rounder had been substituted for Hertha due to a thigh injury. The result of the scheduled MRI examination was still pending on Monday.

In any case, coach Julian Nagelsmann has to do without the long-term injuries Konrad Laimer and Lukas Klostermann, and Amadou Haidara, who tested positive for COVID-19, is still in quarantine up to and including Thursday.

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