Manchester United’s recent midfield acquisition, Sofyan Amrabat, has been forced to withdraw from the Morocco national squad due to an injury that was detected just before the international break. The transfer window deadline day saw Amrabat join Manchester United from Fiorentina in a loan deal worth £8 million ($9.9 million), providing much-needed reinforcement to the club’s midfield. However, the Moroccan midfielder’s time at the club has already been marred by an injury setback, leading to his withdrawal from international duty.
During Amrabat’s medical examination at Carrington, Manchester United’s training complex, a minor back issue was identified. Despite this concern, he was allowed to join the Morocco squad. Subsequently, it became apparent that the injury was more significant than initially anticipated.
Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag will be hoping that Amrabat’s injury does not contribute to the growing injury woes at Old Trafford. Currently, key players such as Luke Shaw, Raphael Varane, and Mason Mount are already sidelined with injuries. If Amrabat manages to recover in time, he may have the opportunity to make his debut for Manchester United in their upcoming match against Brighton, scheduled for September 16.
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