Manchester United defender Raphael Varane left the field in tear against Chelsea after an injury which could rule him out of Qatar World Cup tournament in the next month, According to United Manager Erick Ten Hag, a scan will be done to give the right verdict though.
Varane consoled by teammates after sustaining an injury against Chelsea (Gretty Images)
According to Mail Online UK, Varane joins a couple of other top rated premier league players who are also on the verge of missing this world cup, and still its not known how many might lose their spots in due course. some of the currently sidelines players include Reece James (England), Diogo Jota (Portugal), N'Goro Kante (France) and Alexander Isak (Sweden).
This has raised concern among some managers claiming that players might be forced to play soft game so they can protect themselves
"It's started to come to everyone attention recently because of the injuries are being picked, I think there could be a situation where players may look to protect themselves but it will be difficult to spot that clearly," Westham Manager David Moyes told Daily Mail Uk in a interview.
Some players like Manchester City and Belgium International Kevin De Bruyne has openly confessed that he was more interested in winning World Cup that Champions league gong. so does De Bryune, Harry Kane Jesus and many other keep stretching and commiting to challenges or they should hold back and ease their way to Qatar.
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