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Man United injury update: Raphael Varane, Rasmus Hojlund and Mason Mount latest news and return dates

The latest updates and potential return dates of injured Man Utd players have been revealed.

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Manchester United’s roster is facing a series of injuries, creating challenges ahead of the upcoming Arsenal match this weekend.

The start of the season has been rocky for Erik ten Hag’s team, suffering a loss against Tottenham and managing a hard-fought win against Nottingham Forest. Key players like Mason Mount and new acquisition Rasmus Hojlund have been sidelined due to injuries. Furthermore, the ongoing situation at left-back might push the club to look for options in the transfer market.

Injury Update on Manchester United Players

Raphael Varane:

Varane was substituted during half-time in the game against Nottingham Forest. Ten Hag later clarified, “He had complaints, we didn’t want to risk him. We know we have Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof, good replacements. So we don’t take the risk, but what the complaint is and if it is really bad, we don’t know. We have to wait.”

Predicted Return: September 3 against Arsenal

Rasmus Hojlund:

Newly signed from Atalanta for £72m, Rasmus Hojlund is yet to debut for United. However, Ten Hag indicated he could potentially play against Arsenal. Last Friday, Ten Hag said, “[He’s] near. Today, for the first time, he came into team training so next week we expect him to do a full week of team training so he is near to the squad.”

Predicted Return: September 3 against Arsenal

Mason Mount:

The club announced Mount is expected to remain out due to a “small complaint” at least until the international break next month. Though specific details about the injury remain undisclosed, it’s been reported that he might miss four to six weeks.

Predicted Return: Possibly September 23 against Burnley

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