Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw will have a scan today to determine the severity of a long-standing groin injury, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The report suggests Shaw could be out for between two and three weeks and United are already preparing themselves for his absence.
Shaw was criticized by Mourinho for Watford’s second goal, but the Telegraph claims the defender was already in great pain towards the end of the game and has been surprised by the manager’s decision to single him out.
Shaw was subbed off in the 86th minute against Watford and now faces the prospect of missing United’s next two Premier League games against Leicester City and Stoke City and could also be ruled out of England’s World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia at the beginning of next month.
Shaw’s injury would be bad news for United as Rojo isn’t really good enough to be an adequate replacement on the left.
Daley Blind would be a much better option given his composure and passing ability.