Manchester United are suffering from some key players injuries since the beginning of this season, 2017/2018, which affected the performance and results for Manchester United earlier this season, and until now.
Manchester United have officially confirmed on their official website that one of their players will be undergoing a knee surgery which will rule him out for around six to eight weeks according to some sources and Manchester United’s official website report.
Manchester United’s midfielder, Marouane Fellaini, undergone a knee surgery yesterday, Saturday, after the knee injury he was suffering from since a long time and forced him get subbed off just minutes after getting on the pitch as a sub against Tottenham Hotspurs on Wednesday in the Premier League Matchday 26 where Manchester United lost 2-0 away from home, at Wembley.
This could mean that the season of the Belgian international may be over if any new events happen during the treatment and rehabilitation process which may delay the process of Manchester United’s midfielder to heal and return.
Marouane Fellaini is expected to return by the end of March, early April, if nothing goes wrong meanwhile or his injury gets worse like what happened a few days ago when he was declared fit, then his injury got worse again.
Manchester United are suffering from other effective injuries as well such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic who is suffering from a knee injury as well and his return date or continuing with Manchester United isn’t clear yet, and the most important injury for Jose Mourinho’s side now is the central defender injury of Eric Bailly who his absence clearly shows in Manchester United after the shaky performances from Phil Jones, Chriss Smalling, Victor Lindelof, and even Marcos Rojo sometimes.