Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford was sidelined for two months after choosing to have shoulder surgery – report


Marcus Rashford could miss the first two months of the season with Manchester United after choosing to undergo surgery to remedy a long-standing shoulder problem.

The England international has been playing with the pain of a shoulder injury since the end of last year and underwent an exam on Tuesday.

Analysis showed the problem had not worsened, but Rashford fears the injury has not improved in the past nine months.

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Locals gather at the Rashford mural to show their support


Thus, according to the TelegraphRashford’s preference is to have surgery this summer in an effort to get a long-term solution.

He is expected to face six to eight weeks off after the operation, which is expected to take place at the end of the month, meaning he would likely be out until October.

United kick off their Premier League home campaign against Leeds United on August 14.

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An absence in October could see Rashford miss United’s first seven games of the Premier League season, as well as the first two rounds of the Champions League.

England also have World Cup qualifiers against Hungary x2, Andorra x2 and Poland in September and October.

Rashford is hopeful that the focus can now shift to football, after a few turbulent days since England’s final Euro 2020 defeat to Italy.

After missing a penalty in the shootout, Rashford was the victim of vile racist abuse; a mural in honor of the attacker has been disfigured.

Rashford has received huge public support over the past two days and thanked those who showed up at the mural in Withington to support the 23-year-old.

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