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Marouane Fellaini might need surgery to cure a knee ligament injury that made him limp off just six minutes after coming on against Tottenham on Wednesday night, according to the Daily Mail.
The Belgian came on as a second half substitute for Jesse Lingard and minutes after, pulled up with a limp and was replaced by Ander Herrera.
Man United will decide today if he will have a surgery after they run scans on his knee when the swelling comes down.
It is suspected that he has a medial ligament injury, and should the fears be confirmed, he will undergo surgery which will rule him out for two months.
He has been struggling with this knee injury since October last year when he got injured against Bosnia in a World cup qualifier match
He aggravated the injury in November after playing four games and was ruled out for six weeks, on his return he has made four appearances off the bench before this latest setback.
The 30-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season, and is desperate to be fit in time for the World Cup.
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