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Christian Eriksen injury: Manchester United midfielder set for several month layoff after ankle injury

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Marcel Sabitzer will join Manchester United on loan until the end of the season. The 28-year-old Austria international joined Bayern from RB Leipzig in 2021. Eriksen picked up the injury in a challenge by Reading's Andy Carroll. Carroll was not booked, though he was later sent off.
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