Romelu Lukaku has returned to Manchester United from the Belgian national team squad to recover from a foot injury.
Per MailOnline's Chris Wheeler, the striker was assessed by Belgium's doctors, who ruled him out of their UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers against Russia and Cyprus.
He was also unable to train, so he has been sent back to Old Trafford to work on his recovery.
Lukaku missed United's FA Cup quarter-final defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday, having suffered the injury in their UEFA Champions League round-of-16 win against Paris Saint-Germain on March 6.
The 25-year-old was able to play in the Red Devils' following match, the 2-0 Premier League defeat to Arsenal, but his appearance only served to aggravate the problem.
Lukaku was wasteful against the Gunners, but Samuel Luckhurst of the Manchester Evening News otherwise enjoyed his performance in spite of him playing with the injury:
He has scored 15 goals this season, nine of which have come since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as manager in December.
It was a superb performance from the striker:
Lukaku has been a frustrating player at times since he joined United from Everton in 2017, but when he's not lacking fitness or confidence, he's a prolific goalscorer.
He has shown as much for Belgium, with whom he has scored 45 goals in 79 appearances.
Per Wheeler, United are aiming to have him fit again for the return of club football when they take on Watford on March 30.
Should he fail to make that, the Red Devils face Wolves on April 2, eight days before their Champions League quarter-final first-leg tie with Barcelona.