At the start on the new English Premier league season, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had huge worries as three of his senior players were ruled out for some time due to various injuries.
Scott McTominay underwent groin surgery and he recovered fully as he featured in the last loss to Aston Villa over the weekend. Alex Telles also suffered an ankle injury during the pre season, but he also recovered fully.
Marcus Rashford underwent shoulder surgery after suffering from the injury for the whole of last season which derailed his performance in crucial matches.
Other than the shoulder injury, Marcus Rashford was also nursing a major ankle ligament injury which was not previously taken care of.
However, according to Telegraph Ducker Sports news reports, Marcus Rashford is set to come back fully fit from the shoulder injury and ankle ligament tear injury too.
"Marcus Rashford's ankle ligament tear has fully healed during his recovery from shoulder surgery." The reports stated.
This is a big boost to Manchester United who will welcome Marcus Rashford back as a new signing who will help Ole Gunnar Solskjaer get back to winning ways again.
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