Manchester United have been dealt with Casemiro injury blow as the club’s injury crisis deepens, MySportDab reports.
United have a long list of players on the sidelines since the beginning of the season with a number of first team players ruled out of action.
Casemiro’s injury blow will be another tough one for Man United as he has been a key part of Erik ten Hag’s squad.
Casemiro picked up an issue in Brazil 1-1 draw with Venezuela in CONMEBOL 2026 World Cup Qualifiers.
He played the game for 79 minutes but was forced off 11 minutes from regulation time.
The extent of the injury is yet to be disclosed with speculations he may or may not return to Brazil starting lineup on Tuesday when they will take on Uruguay.
Should Casemiro return to the starting lineup, it will be a huge relief for Manchester United who are battling with a crippling injury crisis.
United have had their worst start to the season in decades with some pundits blaming the poor start to the season partly on the injury crisis that is rocking the club.
Casemiro rarely miss a game for Manchester United as ten Hag considers him key in his Man United squad plan.
Elsewhere, United have reportedly begun investigations into the injury crisis that is rocking the club as more players join the piling injury list.
Leading the list of United players on the sidelines are Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez, Diogo Dalot, Tyrell Malacia, Sergio Reguilon, Tom Heaton, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Amad Diallo, and Kobbie Mainoo