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10 OUT – Zero IN – Bad news vs Everton for United as the exact nature of Andre Onana’s injury emerges – report

Concerns loom over Manchester United and Erik ten Hag as details of Andre Onana’s injury emerge.

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The Manchester United goalkeeper reportedly sustained an adductor injury during a World Cup qualifier clash between his national team, Cameroon, and Mauritius.

Onana had to be substituted around the 81st minute of the game, raising concerns among Cameroon supporters just two months ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).

According to Actu Cameroun, further medical examinations are required to determine the precise nature and duration of Onana’s unavailability.

The recovery timeline for an adductor injury depends on its severity.

A Grade 1 injury may take up to two weeks, with normal movement, such as walking, restored in a few days. Grade 2 strains could require three to six weeks for healing.

The worst-case scenario for Manchester United would be if Onana suffered a Grade 4 strain, potentially sidelining the 27-year-old for about four months.

This injury adds Onana to Manchester United’s growing list, which already includes Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez, Casemiro, Jonny Evans, and Amad Diallo.

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