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Latest return dates on Hojlund, Maguire and more

He may end up only missing those 3 matches as he looks set to be back for the Liverpool clash.

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This season has been absolutely wretched for Manchester United with regard to injuries with Bruno, Dalot and Garnacho being the only outfield players to avoid injury this season.

As it is, United have upwards of 10 players on the injury list ahead of a very crucial run of games.

The most important of these will perhaps be Sunday’s F.A clash with arch rivals Liverpool. This is United’s last chance to win a trophy this season, a very fickle chance I may add.

United may have a double boost for the important clash as striker Rasmus Höjlund and former captain Harry Maguire may be fit for the clash.

Rasmus Höjlund was only beginning to enjoy a fine run of form after a rather difficult start to the season before tragically suffering a muscle injury in February.

He was on a rich vein of form, winning Premier League’s player of the month for February. The muscle injury kept him sidelined for Premier League matches against Fulham, derby defeat to City and Saturday’s early kick-off win against Everton.

He may end up only missing those 3 matches as he looks set to be back for the Liverpool clash.

Harry Maguire was enjoying a return to form before also being ruled out for the last 5 games. He has been enjoying a bigger role this season with Lisandro Martínez’s season-long injury issues.

His prolonged runs in the team have restored his confidence and performances to an elite level before.

His spell on the sidelines with a groin issue will be over soon as he returned to training ahead of Sunday’s Liverpool clash.

Onto more good news, right back Aaron Wan-Bissaka has also returned to training and may be in contention for the Liverpool game. We have not seen much of the defender this season as he has missed 21 games through hamstring issues.

All other injured players including Mount and Shaw will not be back till early April or after the international break at the end of the month.


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