Bruno Fernandes’ admission that Rasmus Hojlund injured Sofyan Amrabat causes Manchester United to suffer an injury setback.

Sofyan Amrabat, a recent addition to Manchester United, was forced to withdraw from the Morocco team due to an injury.

Erik ten Hag wanted to expand his alternatives in the middle of the field, thus with less than 30 minutes left in the transfer window, Amrabat signed with the Reds. Prior to switching to Amrabat, United had considered Ryan Gravenberch, who is currently with Liverpool.

Why Denmark didn’t start Hojlund in the game

This week, as part of his media duties and to pose for photos with his new boss, the 27-year-old was seen for the first time at Carrington. However, United supporters might have to wait to see him in action.

Rasmus Hojlund has made a good first impression at Manchester United, according to Bruno Fernandes, who also noted that the young player is “trying to speak to everyone” in an effort to connect with his new colleagues.

Hojlund was the standout summer addition for United, moving from Atalanta in a £72 million transfer at the beginning of August. The striker made his debut during last weekend’s 3-1 loss to Arsenal off the bench after missing the first few weeks with a back ailment.

The international from Denmark made a good first impression at the Emirates, using his speed and power to trouble Arsenal. He created space for Alejandro Garnacho to score with a deft flip to Casemiro, but the goal was ruled offside.

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