MANCHESTER UNITED stars Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund have withdrawn from the Denmark squad.
The duo were both subbed off during the Red Devils’ 1-0 win over Luton on Saturday.Christian Eriksen suffered an injury versus Luton[/caption] Rasmus Hojlund was also subbed off with an issue[/caption]
Both have now pulled out of important international matches with injury.
They have been replaced by Jens Stryger Larsen and Jesper Lindstrom in the squad.
Denmark have not yet qualified for Euro 2024 and are level on points at the top with Slovenia and they are four ahead of Kazakhstan in third.
The Danes welcome the group leaders on Friday before their last game versus Northern Ireland.
Eriksen went down clutching his knee against Luton and was taken off after 40 minutes for Mason Mount.
And in the latter stages of the game, Anthony Martial replaced Hojlund as he appeared to be holding his hamstring.
After the final whistle, Erik ten Hag would not be drawn in to questions about their fitness.
He said: “In this moment, I can’t tell anything about it because I don’t know.
“We do an assessment and we have to wait 24 hours for the conclusion.
“So we’ll give the medical team 24 hours to see what the problem is – if there is a problem.”
Hojlund has already missed matches this season due to a back injury.
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