Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has been ruled out for three to four weeks with a calf injury.

According to interim boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Fellaini, who has played just 21 minutes under the new manager, suffered the injury in training.

"It is sad," Solskjaer said of Fellaini's injury.

"There are X factors in different players and we all know Felli's X factor and he'll be working hard to get back in."

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Solskjaer also said there were a couple of "niggles" for other players in the squad but added it was normal for this "point of the season".

"Chris (Smalling) and Marcos (Rojo) have just started running lightly so they're not fit yet," he said.

"Alexis has trained all week so hopefully he'll be available, and Felli is the long-term one that's out. He'll be out for a few weeks."

Manchester United play Brighton at Old Trafford on Saturday.

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