Manchester United defender Harry Maguire has promised that he will soon return back to action as he is rightly recovering from his calf injury.
Maguire handed Man United a huge blow after he suffered a calf injury during United’s 1-0 home defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League last month.
The England international has missed United’s last two matches against Villarreal and Everton in the Champions League and Premier League respectively due to the injury.
The injury also prevented him from joining up with the England squad for the international break.
Though Harry Maguire has been working hard on his rehabilitation at Carrington, the former Leicester City defender revealed that he hasn’t trained with his teammates yet. Hence, ruling himself out of this weekend’s trip to King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.
However, he did provide some positive news regarding his road to recovery.
“Yeah it’s getting there,” Harry Maguire told MUTV about his recovery from injury.
Harry Maguire says he is recovering well from his calf injury “I still haven’t trained yet with the squad, but I am getting better, I am progressing as I should be. It is obviously a frustrating injury for me to get, but I am progressing and I will be back on the pitch soon.”
Manchester United received yet another injury blow after they confirmed that Raphael Varane suffered a thigh injury during France’s clash against Spain in the Nations League final on Sunday.
And United also confirmed that their summer signing would be out of action for a few weeks, which isn’t good news to the Red Devils, given their hectic run of tough games.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has two decent defenders in Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof available at his disposal. And the Norwegian would expect both centre-backs to be ready to help United maintain a run of good results.