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Marcus Rashfords Operation Is Still To Be Decided According To Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated that Marcus Rashford’s shoulder injury, which is threatening to keep him out for the start of the season, may still be treated without surgery.
The 23-year-old was handicapped by the problem towards the conclusion of the season with the Red Devils, but he played on for England at the European Championship despite the pain.
Rashford underwent a scan on Tuesday, and according to rumors, the damage was so bad that he would need surgery.
Marcus Rashford is debating whether or not to have shoulder surgery, but Solskjaer insists that no decision has been made.
‘We’re looking at the best option,’ the Norwegian said following United’s 2-1 friendly win over Derby. ‘He went away just to ponder a little bit, and we have to pick the best course of action for him and the club.’
‘We’re still talking to the professionals about it,’ Solskjaer said of the racist abuse Rashford and his England teammates faced after missing penalties in the Euros final loss to Italy.
‘It’s incredibly frustrating and sad,’ he expressed his disappointment.
‘They play football, they do the best for the club, do the best for their family, do the best for their nation and are brave enough to go up and take penalties, that’s a win in itself,’ says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Rashford scored 11 goals in 37 Premier League games last season but struggled to make an impact for England.
Throughout the competition, he made five appearances before missing a penalty in the shootout as Italy defeated England in a shootout.

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