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Manchester United injury updates and estimated return dates for Rashford, Varane, and Martinez

All the latest Manchester United injury news and potential return dates ahead of Sunday’s Premier League match against Bournemouth.

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Manchester United have been plagued by injuries all season, and there is no relief in sight as the season comes to a close.

Erik ten Hag has done an excellent job of keeping his team in contention for a Champions League spot and already winning a trophy despite having to deal with the absence of numerous key players for extended periods of time, but the demanding schedule has starting to take its toll. United has started to decline in recent weeks and is dragging itself through the finish line.

United are currently without two players and are concerned about another, but they have received plenty of encouraging news this week ahead of the three remaining Premier League games and the FA Cup final against Manchester City. Here’s the most recent.

Marcus Rashford, 

Manchester United’s leading scorer, has battled as much as he can despite the wear and stress of a long season. Rashford has missed a handful of games recently due to minor injuries, the most recent being Saturday’s 2-0 win against Wolves.

Thankfully, the illness does not appear to have hampered him for long, as he was back in training with the rest of the squad on Wednesday and looks likely to return for Saturday’s trip to Bournemouth.


Midfield has been a problem all season, and Scott McTominay has been absent since the 2-0 win over Everton in early April. Ten Hag was pleased with his improvement, indicating he was close to returning ahead of Wolves, and it appears that the manager’s options will be bolstered further with his comeback this weekend.

McTominay joined Rashford in returning to the field on Wednesday, and while he is unlikely to start, he should provide an option off the bench.

The 20th of May is a possible return date.


It’s a good thing McTominay is back in contention for United, considering Marcel Sabitzer has been ruled out for the season. The on-loan Bayern Munich player has made an impact since his arrival in January, but he will miss the rest of the season due to a knee injury.

A meniscus tear ended his season, and with no decision on his long-term future made, he may have played his final game for United.

Pre-season is a possible return date.

Lisandro Martinez

Sabitzer is not the only player who will not play again this season; Lisandro Martinez’s season ended a few weeks ago. The Argentine centre-back, who has had a fantastic start to life in Manchester, fell to the ground unchallenged in the final seconds of the 2-2 draw with Sevilla, and it was later revealed that he had sustained a catastrophic ankle injury.

The only positive news is that Martinez is likely to be fully recovered by the start of the next season.

Pre-season is a possible return date.

Martinez’s centre-back partner Raphael Varane has been no stranger to the treatment room this season, and there were concerns when he was pulled off near the conclusion of Wolves’ victory. Fortunately, it was merely a precaution. The Frenchman has been training this week and should be able to maintain his place in the starting lineup.

The 20th of May is a possible return date.

Van de Beek

Donny van de Beek is another midfielder who has been injured for United. After an unfortunate collision in the last game against Saturday’s opponents, the Dutchman was ruled out for the season with a knee injury. The issue required surgery to be resolved, but Van de Beek underwent a successful procedure and is now on the mend.

He returned to the grass in an individual session on Thursday after a time of recovery and a lot of gym work. He is not anticipated to return before the end of the campaign, but his improvement is encouraging.

Pre-season is a possible return date.


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