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Nordtveit to miss 'Boro clash

Filed: Thursday, 29th September 2016
By: Staff Writer

Utility man Havard Nordtveit has been ruled out of this weekend's Premier League clash with Middlesbrough.

The summer arrival, who has featured in midfield, central defence and at full back since joining the club has been ruled out of the match with what the club are describing as "a small medical procedure".

"Havard Nordtveit had a procedure at Spire Roding Hospital on Wednesday and will be unavailable for one week," confirmed club docv Stijn Vandenbroucke. "He will return to training in the middle of next week."

The 26-year-old Norwegian international - who joined West Ham on a free transfer during the summer having agreed to move to London back in March - has featured in four of United's six Premier League matches thus far this season.

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