Manchester United Injury Update – Hojlund, Maguire, Shaw Latest News and Predicted Return Dates.

Manchester United Injury Update: Following their 3-1 defeat to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester United’s injury list remains a concern.

Despite Marcus Rashford’s impressive early goal, City secured the victory with two goals from Phil Foden and one from Erling Haaland.

Manchester United Injury Update

United, facing injury challenges, included Raphael Varane and Bruno Fernandes in the lineup. Nonetheless, key players were missing for Erik ten Hag.

With a brief period before their next match against Everton at Old Trafford, we examine the current injury status within the squad and their expected recovery times:

Aaron Wan-Bissaka:

Injury details not disclosed. He is expected to return by the Everton game on March 9.

Erik ten Hag’s comments:

“At this moment, the exact condition is unclear. We’re hopeful the issue isn’t severe.”

Harry Maguire:

Specific injury not stated and anticipated to be fit for the March 9 match against Everton.

Erik ten Hag’s comments:

“We approached the Manchester derby with the available players from the Nottingham Forest game.”

Lisandro Martinez:

Dealing with a knee injury. The return date still needs to be determined.

Erik ten Hag’s comments:

“Losing him is a blow. His presence impacts the team significantly, not just technically but also mentally. Despite this setback, we know he’s strong and will return better.”

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Luke Shaw:

Nature of injury not specified. Return date pending.

Erik ten Hag’s comments:

“We opted for caution with Luke due to some concerns he raised. Considering his injury history, we couldn’t risk a lengthy absence, especially not for a crucial match.”

Rasmus Hojlund:

Facing a muscular problem. The return timeframe is not specified, but could be absent for two to three weeks.

Erik ten Hag’s comments:

“The injury is minor, but there’s a risk due to the intensity of our training.”

Additionally, Tyrell Malacia (knee), Mason Mount (calf), and Anthony Martial (groin) are also in the process of recovery at Carrington.


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