After developing an unidentified problem during the break for international play, the Man Utd midfielder returned to Carrington this week.
Sofyan Amrabat was removed from the team as a precaution after the Manchester United midfielder “felt something,” according to Morocco’s head coach, Walid Regragui.
Amrabat was a member of the Moroccan team that competed in the Africa Cup of Nations qualification matches against Burkina Faso and Liberia. United, though, acknowledged on Friday night that the midfielder had been hurt amid reports of the injury.
Amrabat would return to Carrington for evaluation and treatment, according to a statement on United’s website. The lack of information about the injury’s nature or prognosis was consistent with the club’s current policy of not providing specifics on ailments.
That strategy hasn’t done much to allay worries about Amrabat’s injury. But in a press conference prior to his team’s matchup with Liberia, Regragui said it was a preventative measure.
Amrabat mightMoroccan authorities report that a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 rocked the country overnight and killed at least 800 people. On his social media, Amrabat sent prayers to those impacted. It’s unknown if the national football team will continue playing its games. be required by United to help them with their worst flaw.
“Sofyan Amrabat felt something,” the Moroccan leader claimed. We released him out of an abundance of caution since he had just begun his new journey at Manchester United.
Amrabat is anticipated to return to Carrington, where he will be evaluated by club personnel and a clearer picture of the injury will be gained. The 26-year-old, who joined United on loan from Fiorentina on deadline day, has yet to play for the club, but it was anticipated that he would be available for the match against Brighton the following weekend.
Moroccan authorities report that a powerful earthquake with a magnitude of 6.8 rocked the country overnight and killed at least 800 people. On his social media, Amrabat sent prayers to those impacted. It’s unknown if the national football team will continue playing its games.