Manchester United injury update ahead of Wolves clash; Marcus Rashford & Andre Onana set to return
Rashford returns to the lineup after sorting out the internal matter
After a recent groyne operation, Victor Lindelof has resumed training with the Manchester United club. Although he hasn’t played since last December, the Swedish international might play this month.
Erik ten Hag is relieved that United’s injury woes appear to be abating, as the team has been without numerous players this season.
When Manchester United play Wolves tonight, they are anticipated to make two changes to the lineup that upset Newport County the previous weekend: Marcus Rashford will make a return trip following his recent problems, and Andre Onana will start in goal in place of Altay Bayindir.
When United plays Wolves tonight, they are anticipated to make two changes to the lineup that upset Newport County the previous weekend: Marcus Rashford will make a return trip following his recent problems, and Andre Onana will start in goal in place of Altay Bayindir.
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Mason Mount, Anthony Martial, Victor Lindelof, and Tyrell Malacia are still absent from the game, however Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, and Casemiro made a comeback to the field during the previous intermission.
After missing the Newport trip, Aaron Wan-Bissaka is doubtful, and Andre Onana will return to goal following his terrible Cameroon performance at the Africa Cup of Nations.
“So, very hopeful,” he told MUTV when asked how the squad is looking. “We have some players back. We have seen on Sunday, returning [were] Licha Martinez, Luke Shaw, Casemiro, which is very good.
“Also, Victor Lindelof is back into training, team training, and others like Tyrell Malacia and Mason Mount, they are on the grass. Not ready but I don’t think it takes long.
“The good thing is we have a strong squad and can now pick. That is the difference with many games in the autumn, in 2023, in that period we had only 11 or 12 players. That was a challenge, every time, to put 11 players on the pitch, but now we can pick a team.”
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