Tests show ‘femoral biceps’ lesion for Manchester United player

Tests show ‘femoral biceps’ lesion for Manchester United player

On Saturday at Stamford Bridge, Manchester United battled back to draw 1-1 with Chelsea. The outcome was not what Erik ten Hag’s team would have preferred, and Raphael Varane’s injury cast a cloud over the game.

The defender went down hurt and appeared to be in tears shortly after with the World Cup just around the horizon. The Frenchman’s attendance in Qatar was then seriously questioned, so those watching assumed.

In L’Equipe on Monday, there are some more encouraging stories.

According to the French daily, Varane had tests done on Sunday, and the results showed he had a “femoral biceps lesion.”

The hamstrings are made up of a set of muscles, one of which is the femoral biceps.

He is still in the World Cup as of right now, which is referred to as “excellent news” for the Manchester United player and his nation given the concern at the moment.

Like many other players who would be expected to join the France squad, Varane’s situation is considered to be “borderline.”

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