(Reuters) – Manchester United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer mentioned the Premier League membership had not but determined if Marcus Rashford would endure surgical procedure for a shoulder damage.
The BBC reported final week Rashford was more likely to miss the beginning of the season after deciding to have the operation, which might rule the 23-year-old out for round 12 weeks.
Rashford had struggled with the issue throughout the latter a part of final season and had solely a restricted position with England throughout their run to the European Championship ultimate.
Requested by reporters after Sunday’s 2-1 pleasant victory at Derby County if plans for Rashford had been confirmed, Solskjaer mentioned: “No, we’re the most effective choices.
“He went away simply to mirror on it a little bit bit. We now have to take the most effective plan of action for him and the membership. We’re nonetheless addressing that with the specialists.”
Solskjaer additionally mentioned midfielder Jesse Lingard, who impressed in a mortgage spell at West Ham United final season with 9 targets and 5 assists, was eager to combat for his place at United.
“What he did final season, that is the true Jesse. We confirmed in direction of the top of the season that we lacked choices at instances and Jesse is within the plans in the mean time,” Solskjaer mentioned.
United completed second final season, 12 factors behind Manchester Metropolis.
(Reporting by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Enhancing by Peter Rutherford)