Man United star Garnacho spotted out with crutches
Injured Manchester United star Alejandro Garnacho is spotted on crutches and wearing a moon boot after leaving a family lunch in Hale Village… as Argentine winger continues his recovery from ankle problem
- Injured Man United star Alejandro Garnacho was seen out with his crutches
- The winger has been on the sidelines since picking up an ankle injury this month
- Garnacho was leaving a family lunch when spotted out with his protective boot
Injured Man United star Alejandro Garnacho was spotted out in town with his protective boot and crutches on Friday afternoon.
The winger has been sidelined since picking up an ankle injury against Southampton earlier this month, which Erik ten Hag deemed ‘worse than first feared’.
It comes at a terrible point in the season for the young Argentinian, who has risen through the ranks and become a dependable member of the United squad.
Given his impressive performances of late, it’s only fair that he enjoys the time whilst injured and that’s exactly what he did after being spotted in town on Friday.
The 18-year-old was spotted by photographers leaving a family lunch in Hale, Manchester with his crutches and ‘moon boot’ in place.
Injured star Alejandro Garnacho was spotted out in Manchester on Friday afternoon
The winger was spotted out for lunch with family whilst wearing his protective boot
Garnacho has been sidelined since picking up an ankle injury in their draw with Southampton
The winger has scored two goals and picked up two assists in the Premier League this year
Garnacho was wearing a light blue Nike tracksuit along with a fresh white Nike trainer on his left foot, to accompany the boot on his right foot.
The winger didn’t look in great spirits as he made his way back to his car with the aid of his crutches.
The 18-year-old had broken into United’s first-team this year under the guidance of Erik ten Hag and will be gutted that he can’t be involved for the foreseeable future.
He limped off in United’s 0-0 draw against Southampton after a firm but fair sliding tackle from Kyle Walker-Peters.
Garnacho, who had come on as a substitute in the 73rd minute, seemed in agony on the Old Trafford pitch after the challenge on 82 minutes but played on for a further eight before being taken off in the final minute.
Argentine TV channel TyC Sports are reporting that Garnacho’s knock is actually worse than initially feared and it means he will miss the national team’s double header this month.
World Cup winners Argentina, managed by Lionel Scaloni, are said to be patient with the injury and will see how it develops before deciding whether to cut Garnacho from the squad.
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