‘Man Utd superstar’ Wan Bissaka out long term with hamstring injury…up to 2 months expected

It’s too bad it can’t be fixed. Manchester United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka will be out for a while with a hamstring injury.

The Red Devils announced on the club’s website on Monday (Aug. 18) that “Wan-Bissaka will be out for some time following the injury he sustained in the closing stages of the game against Brighton on Saturday. Further tests are required to determine the length of his injury. At the moment, he is expected to be out for several weeks.”

“Wan Bissaka has been ruled out for two months with a hamstring injury,” said The Athletic in the UK.

The bad news continues to pile up. The Red Devils have already lost several players to injuries and other issues early in the season. Rafael Varane and Mason Mount have already been sidelined for some time with injuries. Luke Shaw and Tyrrell Malacia have also been sidelined with injury problems.

The offense is also in trouble. First, Jaden Sancho rebelled against head coach Eric ten Hagh by calling himself a scapegoat, which led to his exclusion from first-team training. Sancho was reportedly unhappy about being left out of the squad, citing constant tardiness and a poor training attitude.

Anthony was in the news for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend. As a result, Anthony was also cut from the team for the time being. “The club has been made aware of the allegations against Anthony. Anthony has agreed to defer his return until further notice in order to resolve the allegations.”바카라

To make matters worse, Wan-Bissaka was also sidelined with an injury. Of course, United had two quality right-backs in Diogo Dalot and Wan-Bissaka. However, the pressure is on with a tough schedule coming up.

United host Bayern Munich in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League (UCL) Group A tie on Nov. 21. After that, they’ll play the league, the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup), and the UEFA UCL second leg every three to four days until the seventh of next month. That’s six games in about 18 days.

On average, hamstrings require more than four weeks of recovery before they can return. We’ll have to wait for the exact results of the tests, but at this point, we can’t rule out a return after the October A-match break. Naturally, there is a lot of pressure on Dalot. Coach Ten Haag has also been plagued by injury problems.

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