Should he be out for two weeks he will miss next weekend's Premier League trip to Liverpool.
On Saturday night it was confirmed that Fellaini suffered a left knee injury against Bosnia.
Belgium were 1-0 up at the time of the 29-year-old's substitution, with a thrilling match eventually ending 4-3 in the favour of Martinez's men, who had already booked their place at the tournament in Russian Federation.
However, on Sunday the Belgian FA announced that Fellaini will only be out a couple weeks.
United are already facing an ever-growing injury list and now face the prospect of facing bitter rivals Liverpool next Saturday without Paul Pogba and Fellaini.
United may breathe a slight sigh of a relief given their midfielder escaped without cruciate ligament damage which would have extended his time in the treatment room from weeks to months. Scan - left knee injury (MCL sprain).Читайте также: Energy East pipeline cancelled
Belgium manager and utter fraud Roberto Martínez did not sound hopeful: "We are all anxious about Fellaini".
An official from the Royal Belgian Football Association added: "It is something to be anxious about on first sight".
Marouane Fellaini has been ruled out for at least two weeks after suffering a knee ligament sprain while on global duty.
Last Saturday, Fellaini scored twice as Manchester United defeated Crystal Palace 4-0. Now with the absence Fellaini, MU has only three defensive midfielders, Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera, plus captain Michael Carrick.
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