Mason Mount will be absent from the Manchester United squad in the coming weeks due to an injury. The club announced that the midfielder sustained an injury during the previous match against Tottenham in the English Premier League, although the specific details of the injury were not disclosed.
The forecast is for Mount to return to Manchester United’s matches after the upcoming break in the schedule, during the FIFA international break in mid-September. His comeback is scheduled for the match against Brighton, set for the 16th of next month.
As a result, he won’t be available for the match next Saturday against Nottingham Forest, as well as for the classic match against Arsenal in the following weekend, both in the Premier League.
Mason Mount was substituted around the 40th minute of the game against Tottenham, in which Manchester United was defeated 2-0. After the game, the club reported that he had a “minor complaint” of injury.
Manchester United acquired Mason Mount during the current transfer window, investing around 55 million pounds in his signing.
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