Rashford will not play again until the end of October

The striker will have to undergo surgery to undergo surgery on his left shoulder and will miss the start of next season, as the English press has published.

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Bad news for Manchester United. Marcus Rashford will have to undergo surgery to undergo surgery on his left shoulder and will miss the start of next season, as reported in the English press. The Red Devils forward has had shoulder discomfort since November but it was not until now that the decision was made to stop for a few weeks to recover from the injury. Despite being limping, Rashford finished the season with 21 goals in 57 games.

In the worst case scenario, Rashford will be off the pitch for 12 weeks, although the best forecasts indicate that he will return at the end of October, at which time Manchester United have several direct duels: away against Leicester City (16 October), at home against Liverpool (October 23), away against Tottenham (October 30), at home against Manchester City (November 6). In addition, at the end of November they also face Chelsea and Arsenal.

On the other hand, Manchester United will be able to count on Jadon Sancho, who will be announced this week after he passed the medical examination in the club's sports city on Tuesday. Sancho will have three weeks of vacation after his presence in the Eurocup, so he will not be back in training until August.

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