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Manchester United stars beamed back to training to prepare for the match against Luton this weekend ‎AFTER being out for six months

After the game, Ten Hag said, “He gave some messages about complaints.”


Luke Shaw has a history of too many injuries, so we couldn’t take that chance. We can’t miss him for six weeks, even though it was a really crucial game.”


Before he is evaluated, United will be hoping he has avoided another stint on the sidelines.


Date of possible return: Sunday, February 18, vs Luton

Martinez Lisandro

With a two-month recovery period, the Red Devils aim to get Martinez back before the season finishes. Martinez hurt his knee ligaments against West Ham.


Ten Hag stated, “You can see his contribution to the team when he plays, so in addition to his technical skills, he brings a mentality to the team.”


It is a significant blow to Licha. Although he is devastated, he is a fighter, and he will rise again, stronger than before. We anticipate that he will return at the end of the current season.


Tyrell Malacia

Ten Hag had stated earlier this month that Malacia was being considered for a January roster comeback for United following a return to training.


However, he stated over the weekend that the Dutch left-back, who had a knee injury in the summer of last year and a setback in December, is just “not ready” at this time.


Possible date of return: Not specified


Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Wan-Bissaka did not make the roster and was declared a doubt for the match at Villa Park after taking a knock during practice on Thursday.


Ten Hag stated, “I’m not sure what the diagnosis is right now, hopefully not too bad.”


Possible date of return: February 2024


Despite needing surgery for a groyne injury, Martial may not be gone from United supporters’ memories.


After the treatment late last month, he was given ten weeks, but by then his manager had already written him off, and his contract was set to expire in the summer.


Posts of return: April 2024

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