The attacker i Manchester United, Marcus Rashford, may not play until October due to an injury. The 23-year-old had long felt discomfort in the shoulder area, but due to European commitments, decided to wait until his completion to undergo examinations.
On Tuesday, after a scan, it was seen that the degree of damage was more severe than expected, and recovery would naturally be impossible. For this reason, Rashford will undergo surgery as soon as possible.
According to the most optimistic forecasts, the striker will be out of the green for at least 12 weeks. This is a big blow for coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has to rethink the strategy he will follow at the start of the new season. At the same time as the news was published, it was also announced that Jadon Sancho also underwent a medical examination. In the case of the latter it is not about an injury, but simply a routine examination on the eve of his big move towards Manchester United.
As for Rashford, the striker scored 11 goals in 37 Premier League games for the Red Devils last season. Anyway, its impact on Euro 2020 with England was relatively weak. Rashford was active in 5 meetings, but never as a starter, playing a total of only 84 minutes in the European. In the final against Italy, the striker erred from the penalty spot, giving the Italians the golden chance to lift the Euro 2020 trophy at Wembley.
Through a post-match statement, Marcus apologized to fans for the missed penalty, but said he would never apologize for what he's like as a person.