Sport

Mata joins a Manchester United walking bleeding list

  |  

Manchester United’s damage list is flourishing incomparable and larger, with a news that Juan Mata has undergone groin surgery.



A bar matter said: “Juan has had medicine for a groin injury. Further updates on his liberation will follow in due course.”

United did not put a time line on his return, though carrying medicine suggests he will onslaught to play again this season.

The Spaniard is United’s second heading scorer behind Zlatan Ibrahimovic this deteriorate with 10 goals.

Mata’s damage comes as a large blow to a Red Devils, who already find themselves but a series of pivotal players forward of Saturday’s compare opposite West Brom during Old Trafford.

Defenders Phil Jones and Chris Smalling have both suffered what Mourinho called “long-term injuries” during a general mangle with England. 

Jones suffered a toe damage in a training belligerent occurrence with team-mate Smalling, who has given been speckled with his right leg in a brace.

Meanwhile, Paul Pogba also stays on a sidelines with a hamstring injury, while Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera are still portion portion domestic suspensions.

“You know what happened in a English inhabitant group with Smalling and Jones, we know that we have also Paul Pogba injured,” Mourinho pronounced on Friday, before news of Mata’s medicine broke.

“I consider clearly a dual English boys are long-term injuries and Pogba we have no idea.

“But we repeat they’re not important, a critical ones are a players that are prepared to play, we trust and are going to quarrel for us.

“We can't be here great or meditative about a players who are not accessible to play. You know Zlatan (Ibrahimovic) and (Ander) Herrera are suspended.”

Comments

Article source: http://www.foxsportsasia.com/news/mata-joins-the-manchester-united-walking-wounded-list

Loading...

Related posts

Brake problems still opposition Haas

Times of News

Japanese Grand Prix: FP3 Live Blog

Times of News

Bottas ran out of laps in Ricciardo battle

Times of News