Manchester United’s tumultuous start to the season has been compounded by a series of challenges, and injuries have been a major contributor to Erik ten Hag’s struggles.
The Dutchman has been compelled to field makeshift lineups in nearly every game of his second season in charge.
Frequent injuries to key players have forced individuals to adapt to unfamiliar positions, particularly highlighting the vulnerabilities in the defensive lineup.
United’s defensive woes prompted a last-minute signing of Sergio Reguilon on transfer deadline day to address the concerns.
The recent injury scare involved Andre Onana, raising fears of another setback for United. However, transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano has shared an optimistic update on the Cameroonian goalkeeper.
According to Romano, as indicated above, Onana suffered a shoulder injury while on international duty with Cameroon.
Fortunately, the injury is not deemed serious, and he is expected to recover in time to feature in the upcoming games for United.
As United gears up to resume the club football season with a challenging trip to Everton next weekend, Ten Hag aims to capitalize on the team’s promising domestic form.
The Reds, eyeing a fifth win in their last six games, will face a motivated Everton side, fueled by the revelation of their controversial 10-point deduction by the Premier League.