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Ten Hag-Garnacho row solved- sources

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Erik Ten Hag says Garnacho apologised for liking social media post


Erik Ten Hag has said Alejandro Garnacho has apologised for liking social media posts which denounced the Manchester United boss

Garnacho was subbed at half time of 2-2 draw with Bournemouth and later social media posts which went after Ten Hag were liked by Garnacho’s account. 

United identified the incident “an internal matter” and the Dutch pragmatist has disclosed that Garnacho has now said sorry for his actions. 

“Alejandro is a young player and has to learn a lot," Ten Hag told a news conference on Friday. "He apologised for it and after that we move on."

Garnacho is expected to be available for Sunday’s FA Cup semi final clash against Coventry at the Wembley and Ten Hag is optimistic that both Scott Mctominay and Antony will also be there for the tie. 

Antony missed the game against the Cherries due to injury whereas McTominay hasn’t been seen in action since the 4-3 loss to Chelsea because of a knee problem. 

“Antony and Scott, I expect them to be back," Ten Hag said.

"Scott didn't train all week -- partially on Wednesday -- and today [Friday] I expect him to be full. Antony did train all week.

"We have some problems. Harry [Maguire] had a small injury. He didn't train this week so far, but now he is back on the pitch, we expect him to be back for Sunday, I hope."

Ten Hag also disclosed that he has been keeping an eye on Jadon Sancho’s run to the Champions League semifinals with Dortmund. 

Sancho was exiled from the Red Devils squad in September following a public fall out with Ten Hag before rejoining the German club on loan in January. 

"I follow international football and follow the players on loan at other clubs," Ten Hag said.

"It was a fantastic game, Dortmund against Atlético Madrid. A great performance from Dortmund and for Jadon it's good news, he made his contribution to the result for Dortmund.

"We know Jadon Sancho is a fantastic football player, so that is not a surprise for us. That is not the issue."

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