Manchester United has this evening sent bad news to its fans as the club announced that French Defender Raphael Varane has suffered a groin injury and will be out for a few weeks. Varane was injured during the Eufa nations league final match against Spain and was substituted few minutes before halftime.
The club has sent a statement through its social media platforms announcing that the defender has been assessed by the medical staff and they have recommended that he will have to undergo rehabilitation. "Raphael Varane sustained a groin muscle injury in the UEFA Nations League final and has commenced rehabilitation at the club. He will be out for a few weeks." The statement read.
This will be a very huge blow to Manchester United as Their captain Harry Maguire is also out injured hence both of their first choice centre backs are unavailable. However, on a positive note, this might give Victor Lindelof Erick Bailly a chance to showcase their ability.
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