Manchester United have confirmed that Nani has suffered a hamstring injury that will rule him out of action for a few weeks.
Nani hasn’t played for United since December 7, and the winger now joins the United injury list that includes Robin van Persie (out for four weeks with a thigh injury) and Wayne Rooney (who is doubtful for tomorrow’s game).
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Manchester United confirm Nani hamstring injury rules him out for a few weeks — BBC Sport
- Michu facing three months out as he needs ankle surgery — The Mirror
- Liverpool have nabbed a bargain with £10m annual outlay on Luis Suárez — The Telegraph
- Malky Mackay: Cardiff owner agrees to hold last-minute talks — BBC Sport
- Manchester City’s Joe Hart to play first league game since October — The Guardian
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to discuss the manager’s job at Baggies — The Mirror
- Tottenham caretaker manager Tim Sherwood demands permanent role — The Guardian
- Brendan Rodgers reveals his relief at rejecting manager’s job at ‘sacking club’ Spurs — The Telegraph
- Manchester United’s David Moyes ponders surgery for Marouane Fellaini — The Guardian
- Pat Nevin analysis: Why Jose Mourinho is ‘the Radical One’ — BBC Sport
- Rene Meulensteen confident Dimitar Berbatov will stick with Fulham in January after threat to leave — The Mail
- Everton ready to sell Nikica Jelavic and John Heitinga in January — The Guardian
- Carlos Queiroz: I ‘absolutely’ want to be the new Tottenham manager — Metro
- Stoke City may sell Peter Crouch or Kenwyne Jones to fund £6m bid for Mame Biram Diouf — Telegraph
- Hull City request to loan Al Ahly youngster Rami Rabia — King Fut
- Maradona: Spain is getting bored of it’s own tactics, Argentina will win the World Cup — Inside Spanish Football
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic lauds PSG’s Qatari owners, rues World Cup absence and more — Sports Illustrated
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