Man Utd denies rumors about Antony being left out of the squad for Bournemouth draw.

This article contains affiliate links, with commission earned from any generated sales. Manchester United have denied that Antony’s absence from the matchday squad against Bournemouth was due to a dispute over being left out of the starting eleven by Erik ten Hag. The £86 million winger did not feature in the match and was not even on the bench. During the game against Bournemouth, United lacked creativity in the final third, leading to speculation about the absence of Antony from the squad.

Reports circulated online suggesting that his absence was due to issues after being named on the bench for the match with Bournemouth, but United dismissed those claims, stating that Antony missed the game due to injury. Antony’s availability for the upcoming FA Cup semi-finals against Coventry City is uncertain, with the hope that he will be back in the squad. Meanwhile, there are questions about the availability of Garnacho for the next game, as the player engaged in social media activity critical of his manager’s decision to substitute him during the game against Bournemouth. Erik ten Hag may take action against Garnacho for his social media activity, as he has not tolerated such behavior in the past.

This situation raises concerns about Garnacho’s future in the squad if an apology and explanation are not provided promptly.

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