Manchester United Send Well Wishes to Danny Welbeck After Injury

Manchester United Send Well Wishes to Danny Welbeck After Injury

Manchester United have sent their well wishes to Danny Welbeck following the serious injury he picked up last night.

The Arsenal striker got a rare start under Unai Emery as they welcomed Sporting Lisbon to the Emirates in the Europa League.

But he lasted just half an hour of the game before being stretchered off with what looked like a serious ankle injury.

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Arsenal have since confirmed that Welbeck remains in hospital undergoing treatment and a further update will come within the next 72 hours.

The writing appears on the wall though – and football has united today to wish Welbeck the best in his recovery.

His former team United have taken to Twitter to send their best wishes to Welbeck and that shows the class of the club for a player who appeared for them 142 times:

Santi Cazorla was among those former teammates to send a message of support to Welbeck, while plenty current teammates have got in touch with him.

Here’s hoping the injury isn’t quite as bad as it initially seems.

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