Manchester United are fearful that Marcus Rashford may miss the start of next season as he has to undergo surgery.
The attacker played through the pain of foot and shoulder injuries for much of the domestic season but will not have surgery until after he has finished representing England at Euro 2020, as reported by The Mirror.
Rashford will have surgery on at least one of the injuries, most likely his foot.
During a hectic season, Rashford made 57 appearances for United and he now faces another intense schedule with England.
The 23-year-old will hope to play a prominent part for Gareth Southgate’s side during the tournament and ruled out any suggestion of missing the tournament.
Should England make it all the way to the final of Euro 2020, they will be in action on July 11.
The new Premier League season is set to get underway on August 14, which would provide limited time for Rashford to work his way back to full fitness after surgery.
This will be Rashford’s third tournament as an England player and he will be looking for his maiden goal at a major finals.
With Harry Maguire also injured, and Anthony Martial not fit Manchester United will be hoping that they have a fully fit squad for their pre season.
England’s gaffer, Gareth Southgate , will be hoping that injuries doesn’t ruin the Euros campaign as they have a handful of underfit players in their squad as they via for their first trophy in over 4 decades.
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