Manchester United are facing a major setback, after the news arrived that they are losing Christian Eriksen for a period of time.
After Andy Carroll’s start on Eriksen, it was clear he would have to rest as he left Old Trafford with orthotics, but they secretly hoped the injury was not serious.
However, initial information from Manchester claims that Eriksen will have to take a break at least until the end of April, which means that the season is practically over for him.
The Dane was brutally fouled by Andy Carroll in the FA Cup tie against Reading, which United won to progress but lost Eriksen.
“It is difficult to do something on the last day of the transfer period, you should not base your transfer policy on bad injuries. We have players in the midfield, good players who will be able to fill the middle”, said Ten Haag to the questions about whether they will hire a player in the last hours of the transfer period.