Erik ten Hag makes Manchester United injury admission as Netflix release Beckham documentary
Here are your latest Manchester United evening headlines on Tuesday, September 19.
Ten Hag admits concerns over United injury situation
Erik ten Hag admits he's concerned by the volume of injuries Manchester United have suffered already this season.
Ten Hag has named four goalkeepers in a 21-man squad to take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League group stage opener as they are without 12 players, with nine of those absences injury-related. Mason Mount and Raphael Varane featured in team training on Tuesday morning, but they have not travelled over to Germany.
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England defender Harry Maguire is the latest casualty. Kobbie Mainoo and Sofyan Amrabat trained separately from teammates, while Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia and Amad Diallo are long-term absentees.
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Netflix drop exciting trailer for Beckham documentary
Netflix have dropped an exciting trailer showcasing their upcoming documentary charting David Beckham and his astonishing career at Old Trafford and beyond.
Manchester United are back in the Champions League after an impressive first season in charge for Erik ten Hag.
Having won the famous trophy three times, the Reds have a wonderful history in the European Cup. Now the Dutchman has to live up to that legacy.
Our special preview of United’s 2023/24 Champions League campaign provides the ultimate guide to the tournament.
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