Manchester United have been hit with another injury blow as first-choice goalkeeper Andre Onana was forced off with an injury during Cameroon’s World Cup qualifier against Mauritius.
The 27-year-old was unable to continue after just 81 minutes of the game, which Cameroon won 3-0. He was replaced by Fabrice Ondoa.
The extent of Onana’s injury is yet to be known, but it is a major setback for United, who have already been without a number of key players this season.
Onana has been one of United’s few bright sparks this season, and his absence will be a major blow to manager Erik ten Hag.
The Dutchman is already without David de Gea, who is out with a muscle injury, and could now be without Onana for an extended period of time.
It is unclear who will start in goal for United when they take on Everton on Saturday, but it is likely to be either Tom Heaton or Dean Henderson.
Heaton has not played for United since 2021, while Henderson spent last season on loan at Nottingham Forest.
The injury to Onana is the latest in a long line of setbacks for United, who have been plagued by injuries all season.
Ten Hag will be hoping that his side can get through this difficult period without dropping too many points.