Manchester United have received a huge boost about forward Marcus Rashford who is now due to return for the final weeks of the season, MySportDab reports.
There were fears the 22-year-old striker would miss the rest of the season and maybe also Euro 2020 after suffering a double stress fracture in his back in January.
understands that latest scan results have provided a huge boost for the Red Devils and England.
Manchester United are now confident their star striker will return to action at the start of May, allowing him to play the final three matches of the Premier League and maybe FA Cup or Europa League Final.
England Coach Gareth Southgate will also be delighted by the news with the European Championship set to start on June 12.
Southgate is also hopeful of having captain Harry Kane back by then.
‘Rashford’s scan came back very positive,’ Confirmed United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
‘We cant rush him and it’ll maybe be another couple of months before we see him fully fit, he will be stronger by then.
‘He’s around, in the dressing-room before games, at half-time. He wants the boys to perform well so he can come back and play in the FA Cup, Europa League Final. He wants to be ready when the season end comes close.’
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has done everything to sure Rashford is involved during his injury lay-off and he remains a daily visitor to the Carrington training ground.
‘His life is Manchester United,’ added the manager.
‘He’s watched the academy boys, his nephew, he’s in and around the place. After training is done he goes and watch the under-18s.
‘That’s the family feel we want at Manchester United as well and it’s important to have Rashford, one of the main players on the pitch this season, also contributing off the pitch.’
Rashford had scored 19 goals for Manchester United this season before his injury.
He has also established himself in England strongest Starting XI and has eight goals in 28 caps for his country.
However, Manchester United will assess Anthony Martial ahead of Sunday’s match at Everton after he suffered a problem during training.