Coach Erik ten Hag provided information about striker Marcus Rashford’s injury before the trip to Newcastle tomorrow.
Marcus Rashford has been in impressive form this season, scoring 30 goals in 49 appearances for club and country. The 25-year-old has missed England’s Euro 2024 qualifying matches against Italy and Ukraine due to injury.
Specifically, MU’s No. 10 was injured in the win over Fulham in the FA Cup. After the series of matches of the national team, MU will be a guest on Newcastle’s field in the 29th round of the Premier League. According to the Daily Mail, Rashford is capable of starting against Newcastle.
Most recently, coach Erik ten Hag provided information about Rashford’s injury, he said: “He has returned to training, but still has to undergo some treatment. Rashford, after training separately, returned to group training with his teammates. Everything is going well.”
“I think we have one more day to prepare for the Newcastle game, and I think Rashford will be fit enough to start from the start.”
There are many speculations about the future of Rashford, who only has a contract with MU until 2024. The player born in 1997 has recently expressed anger at the information asking for a salary increase to £ 500,000 / week.
When asked about the England striker’s future, coach Ten Hag added: “I won’t talk about it in front of the media, that’s the job of the club with Rashford. Of course, I want him to stay as long as possible, but I can’t decide his future.”