Manchester United and England star Marcus Rashford ‘hasn’t played a pain-free game in TWO YEARS’

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Marcus Rashford ‘hasn’t played a pain-free game in TWO YEARS … with Manchester United star managing both shoulder and foot issues in his struggle to stay fit for the season run-in and Euro 2020’

  • Forward Marcus Rashford has not played a painless game in the past two years
  • The Man United star has been taking care of shoulder and foot injuries since 2019
  • Star Rashford could opt for shoulder surgery, but will do so after Euro 2020

Marcus Rashford has not played a painless match for Manchester United and England in the past two years, according to ESPN.

The forward has been taking care of shoulder and foot problems since 2019, but remains determined to make himself available for Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the European championships this summer.

Rashford has already played a whopping 264 games for Manchester United and despite several injuries, he has only endured one long stint on the sidelines – he missed 14 games due to a back injury.

Marcus Rashford has not played a painless game for Manchester United in the past two years

The 23-year-old attacker of United has been taking care of shoulder and foot problems since 2019

The 23-year-old attacker of United has been taking care of shoulder and foot problems since 2019

According to the report, Rashford could decide to have surgery on his shoulder, but he will do so after the European Championship, which starts in June, as he made himself available for selection for the Three Lions squad.

It is believed that his current foot injury was the reason he missed World Cup qualifiers against San Marino, Albania and Poland.

Despite not fully recovering from both issues, Rashford played in all of United’s last nine Premier League games. He hasn’t played a full 90 minutes since their 1-0 win over West Ham on March 14.

Rashford will still be available for England's Euro 2020 campaign this summer

Rashford will still be available for England’s Euro 2020 campaign this summer

Speaking of Rashford’s recovery, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: ‘Marcus, yes, we managed him and we actually had to manage him for a long time.

‘Of course with his back last year, then he had his shoulders, which he has recovered very well from, and I feel he has been through the worst of this foot as well and he played almost a full game against Leeds.’

Since the start of the 2019/20 season, Rashford has played 93 times and scored 42 goals for the Red Devils.

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