Coach Erik ten Hag provided an update on the team’s unfavorable circumstances via MUTV.
Despite missing Manchester United’s 1-0 victory against Fulham, Marcus Rashford might be able to play in Denmark midweek. Harry Maguire, meanwhile, participated in the entire London match despite reportedly experiencing health issues.
The English defender will probably participate in the Champions League group stage’s fourth game despite still feeling at ease.
Ten Hag stated, “We have carried out all the procedures during the match and after the match to ensure that Maguire is ready to play,” during the news conference held prior to the match against Copenhagen.
Not an issue. After missing a single game due to a minor injury, Rashford is back. Totally.”
Ten Hag did concede, though: “We have some time schedules for the players, but it’s hard to predict since they (the injured players) might have trouble healing.
Both Casemiro and Lisandro Martinez suffered critical injuries. It is unlikely that they will return before Christmas.
In addition to Tyrell Malacia, Luke Shaw, and Amad Diallo, Jadon Sancho was cut from the team.