Manchester United’s squad is being decimated by injuries at the moment, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job made much tougher due to missing several key players.
Well, according to the Daily Mail, the Red Devils are trying to stop that issue. Apparently, United have identified Celtic staff member, Tim Williamson, as a potential problem-solver.
Williamson is a physio for both Celtic and Scotland, and United want him due to concerns about non-contact injuries that have seen players like Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and several others sidelined during the 2019/20 season’s early goings…
Furthermore, United have advertised for a head physio and they have conducted some interviews – though Williamson has been identified as the leading candidate.
It goes without saying that anything which helps United keep players fit is a huge positive for this club.
United have a thin squad when everyone is healthy, but when key figures are picking up seemingly avoidable injuries so frequently, then maybe there is an underlying problem.
If adding a new physio does the trick, then so be it. I guess there’s only one way to find out, though. Maybe United are just having rotten luck at the moment, or maybe there is some sort of deep-rooted issue that needs to be solved as soon as possible.