Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford hopes to be given the green light from doctors to return to full training as soon as possible.
Rashford underwent surgery for a chronic shoulder injury in August. That meaning the England international forward has yet to appear on the pitch for the 2021-22 season. But there is a tendency to improve steadily. After continuous rehabilitation.
Recently, Rashford updated his status on Twitter, saying, “Hello Monday. I went to the doctor on Friday for advice. if all goes well I will be allowed to practice in combat again.”
For Rashford became Manchester United’s top goalscoring hope last season. But he only scored 11 goals in 37 Premier League games.
Marcus Rashford hopes to return to full training
While his performances with England since 2020. He having made just eight appearances and only two goals, has been a disappointment. Along with being attacked as a penalty miss in the Euro 2020 final against Italy.
The BBC He reported that he is now “ahead of schedule” in his recovery. While telegraph The squad could be for the trip to face Leicester on October 16th.
The latter also said that the ligament tear in Rashford’s ankle has now fully healed, which United fans hope will lead him to regain his best form.
Rashford scored 21 goals in all competitions last season, despite a struggle with his shoulder.
His impending return will be a welcome boost for United. Who have lost three of their last four matches in all competitions.