Report tips 4 Manchester United stars to return in March ft. Rasmus Hojlund

Manchester United expect four of their stars including Rasmus Hojlund to return in March

Manchester United faced a big injury blow this week when the team lost Rasmus Hojlund. Losing the young Dane seemed to be the last nail in the coffin for coach, Erik ten Hag. The Dutchman went on to lose his very next game against Fulham in an embarrassing 2-1 loss.

Just when the team was looking like it stood a real chance at a top-four shot, it all came crumbling down. However, not all hope is lost for the Red Devils. A new report from The Standard, suggests that Man United could have four of their stars back in March.

Being able to play four of their eight stars who are currently out due to injury will be a big boost for the Red Devils.

Manchester United expect four of their stars including Rasmus Hojlund to return in March .
Mason Mount could be back before United’s game against Manchester City. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Mason Mount is the first one who is expected to be back, the star midfielder will provide Ten Hag’s team with a much-needed creative touch. Another midfielder who is supposedly returning in March is Casemiro.

The Brazilian was taken off after a collision during the second half of United’s game against Fulham. The team says that he might have a concussion and more information will be released soon. However, his injury doesn’t look too serious and he could be back even before March.

Up next we have Tyrell Malacia, who faced setbacks during his injury rehab. However, it seems like the Dutch defender is close to 100% and will be making his comeback in March.

Manchester United expect four of their stars including Rasmus Hojlund to return in March .
The Old Trafford crowd will be awaiting the return of Rasmus Hojlund. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

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Last but not least, Rasmus Hojlund who suffered a muscle injury is expected to be back in March as well. The Dane is supposed to be out for 2-3 weeks which will be up next month. So, the fans and the team alike are hoping to see him back sooner rather than later.

Having all of these players back will not necessarily save Manchester United’s season. However, it will give Erik ten Hag and his team a better chance at fighting back.