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Marcus Rashfords Shoulder Surgery Is Still To Be Decided By Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that a decision on whether Marcus Rashford will have shoulder surgery before the start of the new season has yet to be made.
Throughout the 2020-21 season, England attacker Marcus Rashford was handicapped by a long-standing issue.
After making five substitute appearances for England at Euro 2020, the 23-year-old is presently on vacation.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (right) says Rashford has his complete backing following recent racial abuse (PA Archive).
We must make the finest decision possible for him regarding his injury.
“We haven’t decided what the course of action is yet,” Solskjaer said, assuring Rashford of his and the club’s continued support in the aftermath of the racial abuse he has received since his miss in last weekend’s Euro 2020 final penalty shootout loss to Italy.
“We will surely back him, Man United lovers and football fans will support him,” the Norwegian stated.
In a game like this, just having the courage to take a penalty is a triumph in and of itself.
“Some people’s behaviors do not reflect the majority – or all – football fans, (since) I don’t believe they are football fans at all.”
United are closing in on a deal for Borussia Dortmund’s England international Jadon Sancho (PA Wire). Solskjaer also stated United were hoping to complete a deal for Borussia Dortmund’s England international Jadon Sancho.
“I don’t believe it’s a secret that we’ve reached an agreement with Dortmund,” he stated.
“We’re looking into it.”
Jesse Lingard made his United debut in the second half at Pride Park, having returned to the club after a loan spell at West Ham in the second half of last season.
“Jesse is a Manchester United player,” Solskjaer remarked of the 28-year-old, who hit the crossbar twice.
“He wants to battle for his place in the world.”
He’s bright, cheerful, full of energy, and self-assured.
“Everyone saw what he did at West Ham at the end of last season.”
United prevailed thanks to goals from Tahith Chong, who is on his way to Birmingham, after 18 minutes and Facundo Pellistri, who replaced him on the hour.
Wayne Rooney’s Rams got a goal back 20 minutes from time thanks to Colin Kazim-Richards.
Chong, a Dutch Under-21 international, signed a loan deal with Birmingham City in the Championship last week, but will remain with his parent club for pre-season training.
Tom Heaton, a former England and Burnley goalkeeper, started the first half as he starts his second term at United after being released by Aston Villa.
After a fine point-blank stop from a Phil Jagielka backheel, the 35-year-old was replaced by Lee Grant as Solskaer made wholesale changes for the second period.
Ravel Morrison, a former United trainee who is presently on trial with the Rams, was part of Derby’s squad.

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