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Ten Hag opens up and confesses how much Hojlund's absence affects Man United

Manchester United manager is aware of what the young striker brings.

By Angus Barnes

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The red devils are looking to keep the good results coming in the next part of the season, but the injuries could complicate this situation for the team right now.

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Manchester United new office is keen on the idea that the team needs to get close to the top four Premier League teams on the table as soon as possible. This goal comes with the idea that the red devils would get almost 100 million euros to participate in the next Champions League edition, on top of that this would allow them to convince players to sign for the team.

“We were happy to bring Rasmus Højlund in, because if I saw the striker options, and the available striker options, there was really a shortage on good options, so we were very happy to sign Ramsus Højlund, that is a player to the level of Man United" Ten Hag started. The injury from the young striker could keep him out for two weeks at least or and up to three.

Ten Hag then added, "Lately, in our last games the frontline is an absolute threat, they score, is it Rasmus Højlund only? No, it’s Alejandro Garnacho, it’s also Marcus Rashford." as the manager is aware that he would need to change his line up for the next game, but the pressure to keep the same results do continue for them.

"We can line up a frontline which is really strong. I don’t think there is a frontline where the opponent thinks, ‘pfft, that is easy’. No, they will fear our frontline I am sure." Ten Hag ended. Sources close to the manager have confirmed that the line up could be completed by Antony. The brazilian winger could be key for the next weeks as he also looks to really improve.

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Rasmus Hojlund injury

This is the same reason why the red devils manager wanted to sign a new striker in the next part of the season, now that Rasmus Hojlund injury has been the pressure on the muscle, and he needs to rest some more time for the next months.

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