Man Utd news: Raphael Varane injury update

Manchester United have confirmed Raphael Varane will probably be out of motion for ‘a couple of weeks’ after choosing up a groin damage on worldwide obligation.

Varane was substituted simply earlier than half time in France’s 2-1 Nations League ultimate win over Spain on Sunday.

There have been fears at Previous Trafford that the issue may maintain Varane out of United’s assembly with Leicester Metropolis this weekend, however he appears to be like set to overlook additional video games after the membership confirmed he will probably be out of motion for a variety of weeks.

United stumbled into the worldwide break following a run of 1 win of their final 4 video games, with their solely victory in that point coming deep into stoppage time in opposition to Villarreal.

The Crimson Devils have dropped to fourth within the Premier League desk, although are solely two factors behind first-placed Chelsea.

Varane now joins fellow United centre-back Harry Maguire on the therapy desk. The membership captain picked up a calf damage in a 1-0 loss at dwelling to Aston Villa in September, and is a doubt to face Leicester on Sunday.

That leaves Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly as United’s solely match senior centre-backs. 19-year-old Teden Mengi may very well be known as upon if essential, whereas Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic have performed on the again for United previously.

Nevertheless, Man Utd will probably be strengthened by the return of Marcus Rashford, who has resumed full coaching and claims he’s lastly ‘absolutely free’ from damage. The 23-year-old underwent shoulder surgical procedure following the conclusion of Euro 2020 in an try to resolve an issue that plagued him for a lot of final season.


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