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VERY SAD NEWS has been announced for Rasmus Højlund this evening by Man UTD manager Erig Ten Hag

Following Manchester United’s announcement that Rasmus Højlund will miss forthcoming games due to injury, Erik ten Hag has discussed the striker.

Due to what Manchester United has called a “muscle injury,” Rasmus Højlund will be sidelined for the next two to three weeks.

Erik ten Hag’s recent success has been largely down to Højlund; the striker has scored in the previous six Premier League games, so the club will suffer a major blow if he is sidelined for several weeks.

Saturday afternoon, United takes on Fulham at Old Trafford in the Premier League. Ten Hag discussed the striker’s injury during Friday’s pregame press conference.

The manager of United informed reporters that the injury was minor and would heal in two to three weeks. “He needs to wait for two to three weeks, but it’s not a major injury; that is the risk of playing at a high intensity during training.”

Speaking more broadly, Ten Hag stated: “There is a problem with injuries. Other clubs do have this, though. This needs to be handled by us.

“I feel like we can handle it better now than we did in the autumn. There is a problem with the squad’s depth.

Højlund will most likely miss United’s next three games, which are against Manchester City (A), Fulham, and Nottingham Forest (A, FA Cup).

He will miss Everton (H) if he doesn’t get better in two weeks, and he will miss Sheffield United (H) if it takes three weeks for him to become healthy.

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