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Premier League Current Injured XI Featuring Totteham And Manchester United Stars

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The Premier League might be one of the toughest leagues in the world, not only for the competition and strength of the clubs but also for the tough tackles that fly around and the sheer number of games a team has to play throughout the year.

It should come as a no surprise that many players fall prey to injuries and often miss out a large number of games for their sides. With David de Gea being the latest player getting injured, we took some time off and created the best injured Premier League XI for now.

David de Gea

The best goalkeeper in England will be out for a couple of weeks and that only means trouble for Manchester United in the long run.

Matteo Darmian

Darmian started off brightly for Manchester United but has picked up a dislocated shoulder and it is not known as to when he will return to the squad.

Jan Vertonghen

One of the biggest losses to Tottenham this season, Vertonghen might be out till April and that would greatly affect Tottenham’s chances of winning the league.

John Terry

The Captain of Chelsea, John Terry is certainly a big miss for the Blues although reports suggest that he will be back in contention for their big clash against PSG at Stamford Bridge.

Luke Shaw

The one player who actually started the season on fire for Manchester United, Shaw picked up a gruesome injury but should be returning to action next season, fit and raring to go.

Mousa Dembele

The Belgian has become one of the most important players for Tottenham this season and will be a huge miss in their midfielder as they chase the title.

Santi Cazorla

The maestro in midfield, only a few will ever know what he could have done for Arsenal had he stayed fit but once he returns, they should be firing on all cylinders.

Kevin De Bruyne

The attacker has been a huge loss for Manchester City as the Citizens have lost steam in the run-up to the title and he won’t be returning any time before April.

Jesus Navas

The speedy winger is just another City player who faces an extended spell on the sidelines thanks to a hamstring injury, which could lead to City’s slide down the table.

Wilfried Bony

The big money signing from Swansea hasn’t done all that well for Manchester City this season but he should be making his return fairly soon.

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney might not be having the greatest of seasons but he is a big miss for Manchester United.