Midfielder Christian Eriksen announced the good news to MU fans, he has returned to training and can return to play in 10 days.
Christian Eriksen arrived at MU from Brentford and quickly proved his ability under coach Erik ten Hag. The star born in 1992 with Casemiro became an irreplaceable choice in the middle of the Old Trafford team.
However, the former Tottenham star suffered an ankle injury after a rough tackle by Andy Carroll in MU’s 3-1 win over Reading in the FA Cup fourth round and had to leave Old Trafford on crutches. MU then confirmed that the player born in 1992 will have to take 3 to 4 months off. He is said to return only in May.
However, Christian Eriksen’s injury has recovered quickly and he may return sooner than expected. Last month, the 31-year-old posted a picture of him switching from wearing safety shoes to sports shoes. More recently, he has been able to practice with the ball.
According to ESPN, Eriksen has returned to normal training, and he can return to play for MU in about 10 days. After a series of matches for the national team, MU will turn to visitors to Newcastle and play at home against Brentford, Eriksen has not been able to return to attend these matches.
He is expected to sit on the bench in the trip to Everton on April 8. His return will be a great motivation for coach Erik ten Hag, because MU is still competing in 3 leagues. different fights.
Ten Hag will be without Casemiro for the next three matches in the domestic league due to his second red card of the season against Southampton. Marcel Sabitzer suffered a knee injury when returning to Austria. There is good news for MU is Marcus Rashford, who is back in light training at Carrington.