Manchester United defender Raphael Varane has suffered a fresh blow after picking up a hamstring injury during France’s Nations League group stage against Denmark.
The centre-back joined the Red Devils from Real Madrid with huge expectations last summer, but struggled to find consistency in his performances amid regular injuries.
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The Frenchman missed 15 competitive games with mostly muscular problems, and his woes continued last night as he was substituted at the hour mark with a hamstring issue.
His substitution paved the way for Denmark’s turnaround. Andreas Cornelius stunned Les Bleus and their fans as he scored twice coming off the bench to secure a 2-1 comeback win.
Speaking after the game, France assistant Guy Stephan said: “Raphael has a muscular problem behind the thigh. He felt some pain. He’s also going to take medical exams.”