Manchester United faces another setback as goalkeeper Andre Onana adds to their injury concerns.
Onana was forced off with less than 10 minutes remaining in Cameroon’s 3-0 World Cup qualifying victory on Friday due to discomfort. Fabrice Ondoa replaced him after he limped off the field.
This injury is a significant worry for United manager Erik ten Hag, given the team’s existing fitness issues.
Strikers Rasmus Hojlund and Christian Eriksen had to withdraw from international duty due to injuries, and defenders Jonny Evans, Lisandro Martinez, and Tyrell Malacia are currently sidelined.
Midfielder Casemiro is also expected to be out until January.
The injury to Onana compounds United’s challenges, and the situation worsened on Friday as Marcus Rashford was forced off during England’s win against Malta after colliding with teammate Trent Alexander-Arnold at Wembley.
It remains uncertain whether Onana will be available for Cameroon when they face Libya on Tuesday.
Manchester United is scheduled to return to Premier League action with an away game against Everton on Sunday, November 26.