Raphael Varane has been declared FIT for Manchester United’s trip to Wolves after a month out with a leg injury in a big boost for Erik ten Hag… but Marcus Rashford is a doubt ahead of the Molineux clash
- Raphael Varane has not played since their Europa League clash with Sevilla
- Erik ten Hag’s team has won only two of the seven games in his absence
- However, Marcus Rashford is a big doubt for their clash against Wolves
Raphael Varane has been declared fit to return for Manchester United’s run-in, but Marcus Rashford is a big doubt for Saturday’s game with Wolves at Old Trafford with a leg injury.
It is the first of four Premier League games United have yet to play to secure a top four finish as they lead Liverpool by one point with a game in hand.
Varane has not played for a month since he was injured in the first leg of United’s Europa League clash with Sevilla.
Ten Hag’s team won only two of the seven games during the Frenchman’s absence and lost three times.
Rashford would be a big miss after topping the charts for United this season with 29 goals, even if his form has slipped a bit lately.
Raphael Varane has been declared fit to return in a boost for Man United’s top four
However, Marcus Rashford is a big doubt to play against Wolves due to a leg injury
Erik ten Hag’s team won two of the seven games that Varane was injured
Speaking at his weekly press conference, Ten Hag said: ‘Rapha Varane is back and Rashford is in doubt.
“He has a problem, an injury to his leg. He is a big question mark for tomorrow, but luckily Varane is back.
“He has experience and knows how to win and will lead how to win – he will guide us. But as I said, (Rashford is) doubtful, more than doubtful, a big question mark.’