Kobe Maino, who is considered to have the talent of Paul Pogba, is about to return.
Manchester United will face Sheffield United in the 9th round of the 2023-24 Premier League (PL) season, which will be held at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, England, at 4 a.m. on the 22nd. As Manchester United is ranked 10th in the league with 4 wins and 4 losses (12 points), they plan to beat Sheffield and aim for a rebound.
Coach Erik ten Haag, who attended the pre-match press conference a day before the game, reported the physical condition of the injured players. First of all, Casemiro will not play in the Sheffield game due to injury. Casemiru suffered an ankle injury while playing for Brazil during his international break. He suffered an injury against Venezuela and was substituted out. However, five days later, he started in the match against Uruguay and played full time.
However, coach Ten Haag gave Casemiro a break. He was allowed to return after recovering in Brazil. Coach Ten Haag said: “He plays for his country and he plays for us. Casemiro will return next week, recover and prepare for the next game.”
It appears that long-term injuries will take some time to return. Manager Ten Haag said: “Luke Shaw is not expected to return for this game. Aaron Wan-Bissaka is not far away from returning either.” In addition to these players, Raphael Varane and Sergio Reguilon have returned from injury and are preparing to play.
There is another player about to return. It’s Mainu. Maino, whose potential is recognized enough to be called ‘the next Pogba’, suffered an injury 5 minutes into the pre-season match against Real Madrid. After about two months of rehabilitation, Mainu is participating in team training and showing match fitness.
Mainu is a promising player born in 2005. He is a central midfielder with a box-to-box style, and is an excellent resource with flexible depressing ability, solid fundamentals, forward passing, and attacking ability reminiscent of Pogba. Many people say that he is a resource with talent that does not match his age.온라인카지노
Mainu is unlikely to feature against Sheffield, but he is expected to return soon. “Mainu is already training with us. He is getting really good and he is ready to rejoin the squad next week for the games,” coach ten Haag said.