What did he say? Christian Eriksen takes his first training session and makes a moving statement

Christian Eriksen was injured in MU’s hard-fought 1-0 victory over Luton Town at Old Trafford earlier this month. Eriksen was forced to leave the field at the end of the first half due to a knee injury. He was expected to return at the end of November.


However, the problem the 1992-born player encountered was more serious than expected, he only returned at the end of the old year and the beginning of the new year.


MU’s latest training session at Carrington featured Christian Eriksen, the 31-year-old star was also seen quite actively on the training field. He works hard to compete and communicate with his teammates. It is likely that this midfielder may appear on the bench during this weekend’s trip to West Ham.


This is good news to help coach Ten Hag have more options in the midfield. In the match against Liverpool at Anfield, Amrabat, Mainoo and McTominay were chosen to start. In recent matches when Casemiro, Eriksen and Mason Mount were recovering from injuries, the three names mentioned above took turns being used by Ten Hag.


Although Eriksen is no longer young, he still proves his class in his ability to distribute and pass the ball. His return is very important for MU, especially in the context of the season entering the fiercest competition period.

In addition to Eriksen, Harry Maguire (groin), Mason Mount (calf) and Malacia (knee) are about to return, but Lisandro Martinez (leg) and Casemiro (hamstring) still need a few more weeks to return.