Manchester United ‘fear Marcus Rashford may miss the start of next season’ with the English star requiring surgery after Euro 2020 after struggling with foot and shoulder injuries
Manchester United fear Marcus Rashford will miss the start of next season due to surgery.
The attacker played for most of the domestic season through the pain of foot and shoulder injuries, but will not have surgery until after he is done representing England at Euro 2020, as reported by The mirror.
Rashford will have surgery on at least one of the injuries, most likely his foot.
Manchester United fear Marcus Rashford may miss the start of next season
During a hectic season, Rashford made 57 appearances for United and now faces another intense program with England.
The 23-year-old hopes to play a prominent role for Gareth Southgate throughout the tournament, ruling out any suggestion of missing out on the tournament.
Rashford, who is struggling with foot and shoulder injuries, will undergo surgery after Euro 2020
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes Rashford won’t be unavailable for too long
Should England make it to the Euro 2020 final, they will play on 11 July.
The new Premier League season will kick off on August 14, which would give Rashford limited time to get back to full fitness after surgery.
This will be Rashford’s third tournament as an England player and he will be looking for his first goal in a major final.