Manchester United’s talented cripple Louis Saha, will not be out for the rest of the season, contrary to reports being bandied about in France. A whispering campaign claimed that Saha had sustained a knee ligament injury in training on Friday that would keep him out for the rest of this season.
United’s chief executive David Gill begged to differ, he told BBC Radio Five Live that:
“He only has a slight knock, he is not going to be out for the rest of the season – I know that for a fact.”
Even though the Saha saga of injuries has been almost ongoing since he moved from Fulham to United in 2004, he has managed four goals this season, and a fit Saha will be a major boost for Sir Alex Ferguson, who can add the Frenchman to his current barnstorming attack.