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Arsenal and Mikel Arteta decision lays bare Manchester United squad truth

Manchester United’s injury list is a mixture of bad fortune and inconsiderate planning.

A handful of setbacks can be down to rotten luck but having nine players sidelined indicates something is awry. Erik ten Hag arrived back at Carrington for the new season in July and has overseen 13 matches in the two-and-a-half months since.

That’s more than any other Premier League side and the physio room is suffering the effects. Eight games across five countries and two continents in 25 days is a gap-year travelling trip, not a suitable pre-season. The injuries United have suffered have exposed the weaker areas of the squad, especially when the absences of Jadon Sancho and Antony - unavailable for very different reasons - are factored in.

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Injuries to both senior left backs - Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia - is unlucky and shouldn’t be too deeply critiqued. However, United’s depth in other areas is costing them, be that due to injury or simply the options available to Ten Hag. The boos at Old Trafford when Rasmus Hojlund was taken off against Brighton were indeed for the withdrawal of the Dane but if the striker coming on to replace him was of elite quality, supporters may have been far less vocal.

Anthony Martial is not woeful, unlike what some like to say, but he is not of the consistent standard needed to take United to the next level. Bruno Fernandes has the supporting striker role on lockdown and rightly so.

The Reds are fortunate that they have a player who is so consistent and has not yet missed a game through injury since his 2020 arrival. However, when Fernandes is required on the wing or is taken off to