Manchester United's left-back issues persist! as the crimson Devils war to find a solution

Erik ten Hag believes Manchester United will be without Luke Shaw until after the international break in November.

After starting United's opening two games of the season, the left-back has been out since August. 

Furthermore, Ten Hag seemed to rule out Shaw's comeback until after the November international break

despite being able to provide some encouraging news on Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

"Of course, they are closer," Ten Hag told the media before of his team's trip to Sheffield United. 

 "However, I don't expect Luke Shaw to return in this stretch of games." 

Aaron Wan-Bissaka, I don't think he's too far away from rejoining the team and training

The Dutchman went on to discuss how injuries have hampered United's performance this season. 

"You can't bring in routines if you can't use the same players every time."

 Some habits slipped away in the last several weeks, which had a negative impact on the results.

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