It has been confirmed that Fellaini, Carrick and Jones haven't traveled to Russian Federation with the team.
"I am working very hard in training, to be ready for Premier League games".
The Belgium worldwide will undergo further medical tests this week to determine the extent of the damage, amid fears he could be sidelined for several games, according to the Mirror.
Both of United's strikes came in the first half, with Barlow providing the breakthrough in the eighth minute, shortly after Gomes had gone agonisingly close to doing the same. But last season was last season.
Mkhitaryan won back his place but reserved his best performances for the Europa League, scoring six times - including in the 2-0 final win over Ajax.
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"But we try not to focus on individual battles on the pitch, we are going to have a team with quality and balance to try to win the match, which is the objective".
"We try to play well, and in some moments of the match, if the opponent has moments of superiority, we have to be humble, like we were against Southampton".
In his own press conference, the boss refused to confirm whether Mkhitaryan would start against CSKA - stating he had merely selected the player for media duty because he is fluent in Russian.
Fellaini, who holds particular importance for Mourinho, was the victim of a harsh challenge from Southampton's Shane Long at the weekend.
Needless to say, the visit to CSKA Moscow on Wednesday presents Jose Mourinho's men with the flawless opportunity to put that record straight and take them to just four points from the desired ten points normally sufficient to reach the knockout stage.
The Armenia worldwide made something of a slow start to life as a Manchester United player following his transfer to Old Trafford from Borussia Dortmund last summer.
"But this season is different because I started playing well and the connection and understanding with other players, especially [Romelu] Lukaku, is great and I hope we can score many goals in the coming games. So it's something normal in my Champions League career", Mourinho smiled.