The manager Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Friday that French defender Raphael Varane has become an influential member of the squad and his absence of up to five weeks due to a hamstring injury is a major blow to the team. club of the English Premier League.
Varane, who moved to United for around £ 34m ($ 45.76m) from Real Madrid in the last transfer window, returned to the team after injuring his thigh during the 3-0 win. in home of Tottenham Hotspur last Saturday.
But he had another problem in the first half of United’s 2-2 in Atlanta in Champions League, last Tuesday.
“With the current technical progress, we expect him to be out of the team for four or five weeks. It’s a blow. Rafale has become a really important member of the team. Eric Bailly played the last game and he was fantastic. So we have. a big squad and we can cope with absences “.
Solskjaer could also play the match without center-back Victor Lindelof, who suffers from an injury sustained in training.
The Norwegian coach added: “There are still doubts about his participation, but I hope he’ll come back tomorrow and say he’s ready, I expect his availability, but I can’t promise you.”
Solskjaer said of his team’s 2-0 victory in March 2020: “It’s a special match. The last match we played in summit with the fans at the stadium, the atmosphere was wonderful and exciting, everyone still remembers this match more than following matches without fans due to Covid-19 ”.
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