Manchester United and Marcus Rashford are set for talks today on how to deal with the English foward's shoulder injury. Reports emerged of how the Manchester born attacker had played through injury since November last year. Rashford has had to take painkilling tabs before every game for almost a year now. The foward's management feel a surgery is the best solution to the injury, which could rule Rashford out for around two months until October.
Manchester United hierarchy feel that the 3-week holiday granted to Rashford immediately after Euro 2020 should be enough to ease the injury. According to Daily Mail, Rashford feels that a surgery is the best solution. A scan on the foward's shoulder reportedly showed that the injury is unlikely to worsen. Rashford was expected to return to Manchester United training this week but according to the Sun, a meeting has been convened today in a bid to find the way forward for Rashford's injury.
It remains to be seen on what the outcome of the meeting will be but a surgery looks unlikely due to United's reliance on the English attacker.
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