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Big News: Solskjaer Hopeful Player Will Be Back Earlier After History Of Previous Injuries Emerge

"Raphael Varane sustained adductor muscle injury in the UEFA Nations League final and has commenced rehabilitation at the club. He will be out for a few weeks." Was the official statement from Manchester United on Raphael Varane's groin injury.

The 28 years old Frenchman got an injury while on duty with France national during the Nations League final against Spain.

This came as a major blow to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as his senior defenders including Harry Maguire are out of contention due to injury ahead of the busy October and November fixtures schedule.

However, according to reliable Manchester United journalist Samuel Luckhurst, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hopeful that Raphael Varane will be back to action sooner than it was expected.

The reporter stated that the hope comes from the player's previous injury record which showed that he usually recovers quicker.

The injury record is as follows;

2020/2021 season he was out for 31 days in which he missed eight games.

2019/2020 season Raphael missed out on one game as he was out for six days.

2018/2019 season, he was out for 20 days as he missed five games.

This is a good sign that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have his full squad back with Marcus Rashford in contention to play yet again.

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