In a statement by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer posted on Manchester United official website, United said they would appeal the recent red card against defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Last month’s UEFA Champions League group stage match against the Young Boys. The defender, which received a controversial direct red card, later allowed him to miss the last European match against Villarreal.
However, before the match between the Red Devils and the Yellow Submarines, UEFA increased the 23-year-old’s suspension from one game to two.
The news means that Wan-bissaka will also miss his next match against the Atalanta vs Red Devils, but the club plans to appeal the decision, according to manager Solskjaer’s official statement.
In an interview with MUTV, Solskjaer said, “[I was shocked.” Yes, of course, I will appeal because it almost ended up with a three-game suspension. ” Against Villarreal] and an extra match: “Looking at other matches. in the Champions League, as I said, he has no reason to play two or three. ”We hope to hear about that before we fight Atalanta on the 20th.