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Hojlund plus five others out, two returned, two on suspension list – Man United injury update vs Wolves

Manchester United will be looking to get off to a winning start in the 2023-24 Premier League season when they host Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford on Monday night.

The Red Devils won the EFL Cup last season, ending a six-year trophy drought, and finished third in the Premier League behind Manchester City and Arsenal.

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Erik ten Hag’s side is coming off a 1-1 tie with Athletic Bilbao in their final pre-season friendly last Sunday, as well as a 3-1 win over Lens at Old Trafford on Saturday.


Sports Mole brings you the latest injury and suspension news for Manchester United ahead of their match against Wolves, who have recruited Gary O’Neil as their new head coach following the departure of Julen Lopetegui.


Rasmus Hojlund.

Injury to the back

Ten Hag stated, “He had a minor issue, and he’s not at the levels where our players are right now.” As a result, we must train him. Prognosis is always tough to predict. We are confident and optimistic.”

September is a possible return date.


Kobbie Mainoo

Ankle injury

What Ten Hag said: The United manager stated in his pre-match press conference that Mainoo’s impact injury would keep him out of play for a longer period of time than other of his sidelined teammates.

Return date possible: late September/early October


Martial, Anthony

Tear in a muscle

What United have said: Martial returned to full training at Carrington this week and might be in position for a spot on the bench on opening night.

Possible return date: August 14 vs Wolverhampton Wanderers.


Tyrell Malacia

Unknown injury

“Malacia; he came to pre-season with an issue,” Ten Hag stated. Malacia will need time to recover because she suffered an impact injury.”

Unknown potential return date


Heaton, Tom

Injury to the calf

What United has said: The Reds confirmed this week that the keeper had a calf injury and will be out for the first game. He is likely to be out for a few weeks.

September is a possible return date.



Injury to the knee

“We had 30 players on tour who were really fit,” Ten Hag remarked. “We were disappointed about Amad and absolutely disappointed about Kobbie.” But that’s what happens when you push yourself to the maximum. Injuries are unavoidable, but we have a solid group and can draft a pretty strong team from there. And you can see it in the two games last weekend between two quality clubs.”

Unknown potential return date

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