Coach Erik ten Hag confirmed striker Marcus Rashford was injured and left open the possibility of playing in the match against Wolves in the 36th round of the Premier League.
The English striker has a leg injury and is unlikely to be able to play against Wolves, when asked about the situation of his students, coach Erik ten Hag revealed: “Rashford has a problem, a leg injury, so the possibility His ability to play against Wolves is still open.”
One option to replace Rashford is Alejandro Garnacho, who has returned from injury and was benched against West Ham. Ten Hag said of the Argentinian winger: “He has another week to recover and he is so much better. We are sure that Garnacho’s return will be very important to the club.”
Ten Hag’s team is still missing many pillars due to injuries, such as Scott McTominay, Lisandro Martinez and Donny van de Beek. The Red Devils are still in the battle for the Top 4, they are ranked 4th, 1 point more than the 5th ranked team Liverpool and 1 game less.
However, Ten Hag did not care about the pressure from Liverpool, he was only focused on beating Wolves at Old Trafford. “Obviously, we know that, but it doesn’t matter because we have everything in our hands,” he said. Now we have to focus completely on the game against Wolves.”
“They’re a nasty team, they’re in pretty good form. It is not easy to beat Wolves, so we will need to give our best.”