Man United new signing retreats from Morocco team with injury

Man United new signing retreats from Morocco team with injury

The Premier League club Manchester United announced on Friday that midfielder Sofyan Amrabat would not be participating in any of Morocco’s upcoming international matches due to an injury.

Amrabat, who just completed a loan move to United from Fiorentina last week, will return to the club’s training base in Carrington to undergo rehabilitation work on an issue that has not been specified.

He was scheduled to make his 50th appearance for Morocco on Saturday, when the team competes against Liberia in a qualifying match for the African Cup of Nations.

The World Cup semifinalists then have a friendly match against Burkina Faso the following day, on Tuesday.Yahya Jabrane was brought in by Morocco’s head coach Walid Regragui to take Amrabat’s place for the matches.

United manager Erik ten Hag will be hoping that his new signing will be ready for the team’s upcoming game on September 16 against Brighton.

The season has gotten off to a shaky start for United so far. 

The team has a record of 2-2 after their first four league matches, and they are missing Mason Mount, Luke Shaw, and Raphael Varane due to injury.

In addition, Rasmus Hojlund was unable to participate in the beginning of the season because he was already suffering from a tissue injury following his transfer from Atalanta.

United has also had to deal with the comments made by Jadon Sancho, who stated that he had been made a “scapegoat for a long time” after he was dropped for the match against Arsenal on Sunday, in which they lost 3-1. Sancho made these comments after he was benched for the match.

Ten Hag stated that Sancho’s poor showings in training were the reason why he was not chosen for the team.

United also said it is taking seriously claims of domestic abuse made against Brazil winger Antony, which saw the player dropped from his country’s games against Bolivia and Peru.

Man United new signing retreats from Morocco team with injury