Rasmus Hojlund is fit to START for Man United against Arsenal, reveals Erik ten Hag, after recovering from a back injury that has prevented new £72m star from making his debut
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The Danish striker is yet to feature for United since his £72million move from Atalanta due to a back injury.
But Ten Hag revealed on Friday that Hojlund was available for Sunday's crunch clash at the Emirates.
'Yes, so we had a good training week and tomorrow we have the final training,' Ten Hag said.
'He is doing well so he will be available. I think he is ready to start.'
Rasmus Hojlund has been nursing a back injury that has prevented him from making his debut
United manager Erik ten Hag said Hojlund had trained well and was fit to start against Arsenal
Hojlund, 20, has been training with United's first-team this week after missing their first three matches of the season with a back problem.
His fitness will come as a huge boost to Ten Hag, whose United site are plagued by injuries to several first-team players.
Mail Sport revealed on Thursday that Luke Shaw is out for 10 weeks, forcing United into a last-minute dash to bring in a left back as cover.
The club have signed Sergio Reguilon from Spurs on a season-long loan after talks with Marc Cucurella stalled. It is thought there is a January break clause in the deal, with United covering his full wages.
'He is very experienced player, played for big clubs, played a lot of games in La Liga and Premier league so has a very good background so he can play very intense football so we are happy,' Ten Hag said.
'We had a problem with Luke Shaw injured so we covered very well in an emergency situation.'
More to follow.
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