By Adam Shergold for MailOnline
Published: 14:42 GMT, 21 January 2020 | Updated: 15:06 GMT, 21 January 2020
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be 'seriously regretting' his failure to replace Romelu Lukaku last summer now that Marcus Rashford is injured, according to Paul Ince.
United's attack has been severely blunted now that their 19-goal leading scorer Rashford is set to be sidelined for three months with a back injury.
It has only served to highlight the lack of forward planning at Old Trafford last summer when they sold Lukaku to Inter Milan and also allowed Alexis Sanchez to leave on loan.
Marcus Rashford will be sidelined for three months after suffering an injury to his back
Rashford's absence leaves Ole Gunnar Solskjaer light on reliable attacking options
United allowed Romelu Lukaku to join Inter Milan last summer and didn't replace him
19 - Marcus Rashford
11 - Anthony Martial
9 - Mason Greenwood
3 - Daniel James, Scott McTominay
2 - Juan Mata
1 - Andreas Pereira, Victor Lindelof, Jesse Lingard, Brandon Williams, Ashley Young
Now the burden will fall on Anthony Martial and 18-year-old Mason Greenwood as United try and shake off the inconsistency that has plagued their season.
'If Ole wasn't already regretting letting Romelu Lukaku go, he seriously will be now,' former United midfielder Ince told Paddy Power.