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Fabrizio Romano provides latest update on Tyrell Malacia

Erik ten Hag still insists the left back will be back soon ‘fighting’ for his place in the team, but perhaps this season will not be it.

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Manchester United full back Tyrell Malacia has been absent from Manchester United’s squad all season, which has caused a lot of speculation. His knee injury has been responsible for his continued absence but said absence gets more conspicuous every day from the lack of updates from the club.

The 24-year-old has not made a single appearance for The Red Devils since the final Premier League game last season – a 2-1 win against Fulham.

The injury can explain the lack of playing, but he has not posted on social media since July last season, which has only served to build suspense in the whole situation.

While speaking to The United Stand, transfer guru Fabrizio Romano gave the latest on the young Dutchman’s situation.

“It’s a really complicated moment for the boy. He’s really struggling. I think Manchester United will make some clarity in the next weeks or months to clarify what’s happening,” Romano stated.

This is in line with Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag’s latest update on the situation just a few weeks ago.

Erik ten Hag indeed did confirm he expected the Dutch left back to miss the whole season through injury, although his desire was for Malacia to be back as soon as possible on account of how thinly stretched his squad was, especially at left back with Luke Shaw also out injured.

The manager was optimistically hopeful for Malacia’s return from knee injury, but it is seemingly very unlikely especially after recent confirmation the left back is also struggling mentally.

The added social media absence as well as non-appearances on the club’s official social media pages has worried fans even more with no official communication from the club.

Erik ten Hag still insists the left back will be back soon ‘fighting’ for his place in the team, but perhaps this season will not be it.

 

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