Massive BLOW For Man Utd Over Tyrell Malacia RETURN!

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Manchester United have been hit with massive setback over Tyrell Malacia return to playing, MySportDab reports.

The defender is said to be doing so well with his recovery until the latest update which have been made available.

Manchester United injury list keep extending with Tyrell Malacia suffering a major blow despite positive news earlier from the medical team.

There seems to be so much that happen which could now see the Old Trafford club wait longer than expected.

The team are currently struggling to keep most of their players fully fit since the beginning of the season.

Tyrell Malacia have been out for a while after a nasty injury to his keen which dealt a heavy blow to those at Manchester United.

His start to life in the Premier League was one which many never expected despite his height against strikers.

He has put up some good display before his unfortunate injury which have since kept him away from playing.

According to reports reaching us from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed Tyrell Malacia have suffered another blow to his injury which was healing well already.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Man United defender Tyrell Malacia suffered a setback during rehabilitation, which required further surgery.

“He’s on course to return to action early next year, as he recovers from a knee injury.

Manchester United will have to do without the player for the remainder of the year which he was expected to make his return.

The recent development will send the player back to recovery which will be closely monitored to avoid any further issues like what happened now with his comeback.

Tyrell Malacia won’t be coming back soon as his injury setback is now looking to see him add more time away from the team while the medical team do their work.

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