Thursday, February 29, 2024

Man United Receive Huge Boost With Trio Return From Injury [Details]

by Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili
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Manchester United are counting on their luck as three players make return from injury today, MySportDab reports.

The Premier League side have had to deal with players dropping out injured in their last few games.

Manchester United are currently preparing for their second leg clash which will see them go up against Sevilla for a chance of making the semifinal.

The Premier League side were held to a 2-2 draw in the first leg of the Europa League quarterfinal clash which wasn’t a good one for them.

They had to deal with injury problems during the game which also had Lisandro Martinez being ruled out for the remainder of the season.

According to reports reaching us from The Mirror, Manchester United have welcomed back three key players from injury today.

The club received huge boost as the likes of Marcus Rashford, Marcel Sabitzer and Luke Shaw were all seen taking part in the team training today.

The will go a long way as the club need their keys players back on full fitness knowing they have a lot of games coming up.

The Old Trafford club are still eyeing a treble this season having won the EFL Carabao cup already.

Manchester United have the FA Cup and Europa League on their sight. With the return of more players from injury, they are sure looking good.

Erik Ten Hag have also managed to keep a good job going since taking over which have seen them return to their glory days.

This week is one which the Premier League side will be busy as their next game against Sevilla is a must win if they want to keep their treble hopes alive.

There is no question on Manchester United playing in the Champions League next season as they have managed to keep up with Arsenal and City in the top four.

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