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Marcus Rashford Will Discuss Shoulder Surgery With Manchester United

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Marcus Rashford will decide whether or not to have shoulder surgery in the coming days.
Following his appearance for England at Euro 2020, the 23-year-old was set to undergo surgery to treat a long-standing shoulder problem that would keep him out for around 12 weeks.
Nevertheless, Solskjaer was keen to point out that a decision on whether Rashford would undergo surgery had yet to be made, with the striker expected to meet with the club when he returns from his summer holiday.
‘With Marcus, we’ll probably make a choice in the next few days when we check him up again, the last decision-making,’ Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said. Rashford was intending to go under the knife to deal with a long-standing shoulder ailment, but Solskjaer was quick to indicate a decision had yet to be made.
‘What is best for him and the club must be taken into account.’
‘I don’t know how the boys who haven’t returned are doing.’
I don’t have a Scooby-Doo on how they’re doing in terms of fitness.
‘Everyone is due in for training on Monday, and then we have two weeks.’
That means it’s been three weeks since their last match – Fred at the Copa America and England’s finalists.
‘So we’ll see how they’re doing, what their fitness levels are since it’s up to them, and what they’ve done over the holidays.’
I can’t just throw them in if it’s not safe or if they’re not fit enough.’ In the next weeks, United will have to make decisions on the health and role of a number of players.
After the Olympics, Solskjaer stated he will consider Amad Diallo’s short-term future, while Axel Tuanzebe might be loaned away, with Raphael Varane due to join.
As he prepares to return from a knee injury, Phil Jones might soon add to United’s centre-back options.
‘Of course Raphael looking like everything is sorted there and we’ve made that transaction, I can see Axel moving out because I’ve got Raphael Varane, (Harry) Maguire, (Victor) Lindelof, Eric Bailly, I can see Axel going out because I’ve got Raphael Varane, (Harry) Maguire, (Victor) Lindelof, Eric Bailly, I can see Ax
‘Phil Jones is returning to the team.’
When we get everyone in on Monday, he’ll be able to start training over the weekend, which is a great plus for him.
I’ve experienced similar issues in my job, and he’s such a professional and nice young man.
‘It’s nice to have him back in the gym.’
Hopefully, Jonah will be able to join us for training and then game time shortly.
‘Whether he can play in the 23s or reserves to begin with, or if we can organise some private sessions for him since I know how it feels to be out for so long.’
‘All you want to do is feel your way in.’
He’s always given his all for the club, and now it’s time for him to focus on himself and his health, but he’s back in training with us.’

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