The Red Devils club announced, on Tuesday, that Manchester United’s Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, who is injured in the ankle, will likely be absent until late April or early May.
“Reviews are ongoing, but first estimates indicate it may not be available until late April or early May,” the statement said.
It’s a pretty big blow to the Mancunians, currently 4We are Premier League and who will play in the Europa League play-off against Barcelona on February 14 and 23.
Eriksen, 30, had to be substituted just before the hour mark on Saturday in the last 16H The FA Cup final was won by Reading (3-1), after a tackle by striker Andy Carroll (58H).
Unable to be cautioned after fouling Eriksen – who left the pitch on crutches – Carroll then received his first yellow card in 60H And then another five minutes for unacceptable errors.
Football prodigy After suffering a cardiac arrest during the European Championship 2020, which was held in 2021, Eriksen became an essential part of Manchester United led by Erik Ten Hag, in a very integrated environment consisting of three players with Brazilian Casemiro and Portuguese Bruno Fernandez.
In his absence, Brazil’s Fred, Casemiro’s usual partner in the Brazilian selection, should temporarily take over.
He could have made a remarkable start in Wednesday’s League Cup semi-final comeback against Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford. In the first leg, Manchester won 3-0.