Manchester United Confirm Another Devastating Injury Blow After Mason Mount

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Manchester United have confirmed another devastating injury blow few days after Mason Mount joined the club’s piling injury list, MySportDab reports.

Erik Ten Hag will now have to sweat with a piling injury crisis rocking Manchester United as he prepares for the next two Premier League fixtures.

Amad Diallo was the first player to be sidelined after picking up an ankle issue against Real Madrid in preseason friendly.

Diallo, who was making inroads into his Manchester United career under Ten Hag, limped off the pitch in Manchester United’s preseason defeat to Real Madrid.

The next player to join the club’s injury list was Mason Mount who joined the club this summer from Chelsea for £60m.

Mount started Manchester United first two Premier League matches against Wolves at Old Trafford and Tottenham Hotspur.

He picked up the injury in the game against Tottenham and will be ruled for few weeks.

Manchester United confirmed Mason Mount will miss the club’s next two fixtures against Nottingham Forest and Arsenal.

Mount will also not feature for England in the upcoming Euro qualifiers during the international break.

He will reportedly return after the international break as he undergoes rehabilitation.

Apart from Amad Diallo and Mason Mount, Manchester United have confirmed another devasting injury blow for another first team player, Luke Shaw.

Luke Shaw was integral to Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United revamp last season, being a regular starter in the team.

This season, he has started the club’s first two Premier League games but will now set to miss a number of matches due to a injury blow.

Manchester United club statement confirm Luke Shaw will be out of action for weeks and will return in October after the international break.

Tyrell Malacia is expected to stand in for Shaw and would likely feature for the club in their next game against Nottingham Forest.

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