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The four players Bayern Munich could be without for Manchester United Champions League clash

Bayern Munich could be without four regulars, including Joshua Kimmich, for their impending Champions League showdown with Manchester United at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night.

Before that Group A opener, United have their own selection problems with Erik ten Hag missing eight players in the dismal defeat to Brighton on Saturday afternoon. Bayern were in domestic action on Friday night with Kimmich taken off as a precautionary measure by former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel.

Bayern were held to a 2-2 draw by Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga as the German giants now prepare to welcome United to the iconic venue in midweek. Here's the latest news from the treatment regarding Manuel Neuer, Raphael Guerreiro, Kimmich and France attacker Kingsley Coman.

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Injury: Broken leg

Return date: TBC

What Tuchel has said: "He was very close to coming back, but he had some calf problems on the other leg. He's still in the rehabilitation phase. He's running. We were cautious at first. He's expected to begin goalkeeper training next week and will make another attempt at team training next week, but we are very positive."

Injury: Calf

Return date: TBC

Guerreiro has yet to feature for Bayern since becoming the latest player to switch directly to the club from rivals Borussia Dortmund this summer. The 29-year-old carried over a calf problem from pre-season and the Portugal man should return to action shortly, but the United game will probably come too soon for him.

Manchester United are back in the Champions League after an impressive first season in charge for Erik ten Hag.

Having won the

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