Premier League: In tears, Raphaël Varane leaves the field injured one month before the World Cup

Poignant image. He hid part of his face in his jersey and we guessed his tears. Raphaël Varane left the field shortly before the hour mark on Saturday, visibly steeped in great concern one month before the World Cup in Qatar. The central defender of Manchester United and the Blues spent several minutes on the ground, after a failed intervention attempt, at the feet of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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Varane seemed to freeze, alone, with his right foot on the lawn of Stamford Bridge, during the match of the 13th day of the Premier League between the Red Devils and Chelsea (1-1). The way he fell to the ground in stride, then his reaction and that of his teammates, raise fears of a serious injury which would deprive him of the World Cup (November 20-December 18). All the more infuriating as the former Real Madrid player chained good performances.

Ten Hag does not say, “absence of three to four weeks” according to Canal +

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag was asked about the injury to his 29-year-old defender earlier this evening. “It’s hard to say so soon after the gamereplied the Dutch technician. We have to wait 24 hours to find out what’s going on.” Relaunched on this subject on sky sportshe revealed that he was “Not possible” to establish a diagnosis more quickly and he called this 24 hour delay “minimum“.

According to our colleagues from Canal+It would be”a hamstring muscle injury“from the right thigh.”We expect an absence of three to four weeks“, specifies the encrypted channel. Didier Deschamps should announce the list of French players selected for the defense of the planetary title on November 9, on the set of the JT of TF1. N’Golo Kanté will not be there. Raphaël Varane could therefore also miss the call.

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