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Manchester United injury round-up

Overview of the seven United players out on injury, including Shaw, Mount, and Hojlund.

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It hasn’t been the best month for Manchester United in terms of player injuries, with seven players currently out at the moment.

And with the Premier League in full force, it could have a pretty big impact on the lineup gameplay of each match.

But how severe is each player’s injury, and how long do we have to wait before we get them back on the pitch?

Here is a round-up on each of the seven player injuries Manchester United is facing at the moment:

Luke Shaw

Luke Shaw is the most recent player to pick up a muscular injury. The severity of the injury is yet to be confirmed, but we expect to see him out of action for around two months.

Amad Diallo

Amad Diallo has been ruled out of the first part of the season due to a knee injury, and while we don’t have a set date for his return, we should see him around September or October.

Rasmus Hojlund

Rasmus Hojlund is a new transfer for the Red Devils but has yet to make his debut due to a back injury. However, according to Manchester Evening News, a possible return date is September 3 vs. Arsenal.

Kobbie Mainoo

Kobbie Mainoo is currently ruled out due to an ankle/foot injury and is currently being assessed for his condition. However, we should see him make a return around September or October.

Tyrell Malacia

Tyrell Malacia is probably the most ambiguous injury at the moment as it has both what he has injured and when he will be returning is unspecified.

Mason Mount

Unfortunately, Mason Mount is also ruled out of playing for Manchester United due to a thigh injury. His return date has yet to be announced, but we hope to see him back in around a month.

Thomas Heaton

The last player that is out on injury is Tom Heaton, with a calf/shin/heel injury. Due to the severity, he is currently being assessed and hasn’t been given a return date yet.


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