Christian Eriksen is recovering from an ankle injury he sustained during Manchester United's 3-1 FA Cup triumph against Reading in January.
According to TV2 SPORT, the Danish international's recovery is progressing more favorably than anticipated, and he is almost ready to resume training.
Eriksen has been out for almost two months as a result of Andy Caroll's brutal tackle on him during United's routine cup victory at Old Trafford. Despite previous fears that the deep-lying playmaker may miss the remainder of the season, Erik ten Hag confirmed that he would shortly rejoin the team.
Martial has scored six goals and provided two assists in just 720 minutes this season. He was impressive while he was on the field, but injuries have plagued him constantly. The Frenchman has missed 30 games for United this season due to setbacks, and it is of the opinion that he is past the point where he can still save his United career.
Ten Hag has previously referred to Martial as a very crucial teammate, but if he cannot show that he is match-ready, Ten Hag may become impatient. There is a good likelihood that Wout Weghorst will remain with United on a long-term basis, even if it is expected that they will buy a star striker in the upcoming transfer window.
If Martial continues to struggle with injuries, he may be shown the exit door this summer.
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