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Three Man United injury updates as Erik ten Hag might QUIT after Sir Jim Ratcliffe talks



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Manchester United received three injury updates following their FA Cup semi-final win over Coventry City at Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Manchester United clinched a spot in the FA Cup final following a win over Coventry City after a nail-biting penalty shootout, leaving fans on edge.

Despite holding a comfortable 3-0 lead with just 20 minutes remaining, Erik ten Hag‘s squad crumbled, allowing three goals by the end of regulation time.

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Although they emerged victorious in the shootout, United saw multiple players potentially injure themselves even further.

Three updates

One of those is Scott McTominay. Multiple journalists have reported that, as the players left Wembley Stadium, McTominay was walking gingerly, with the player having been clutching his groin following his substitution.

The second is Marcus Rashford, who has been videoed limping away from the ground at the end of the game. Rashford had to be substituted after 90 minutes following an awkward landing in the second half.

Thirdly, Harry Maguire has also admitted that he has not trained much this week as he has been carrying a problem. “I always put the club first. I haven’t really trained this week,” he told club media.

Ten Hag could quit

Ahead of the Coventry game, it was revealed by The Mirror that Erik ten Hag may quit Manchester United this summer should he not receive a vote of confidence from Sir Jim Ratcliffe.

The report claims that sources close to the Dutch manager “believe that he’ll walk out at the end of the season” if INEOS “don’t give him assurances about their commitment to him”.

Speaking ahead of the game, Ten Hag maintained that he does not have worries about his future.

“I don’t put energy into this, if I’m judged fairly or not,” Ten Hag explained on Friday afternoon.. “I know what we are doing here, why I’m here, to bring trophies, to also create economic value, so we are working on those and in a process you have setbacks.

“I look at this and can see it realistically, so I see the nuance, some comments miss that, but I can’t be bothered about it, can’t go into emotions. I see it realistic, rationale, and I’m only focussing on my team, to improve the team and individuals. That’s what I’m here for. I don’t have any concern about what is said on the outside.”