Marcus Rashford’s injury situation as the club prepares to take on Sevilla in the Europa League, MySportDab reports.
The Manchester United poster boy pulled up in the club’s 2-0 win over Everton in the Premier League.
Rashford, who started the game for the Red Devils, was forced off late in the game in the 80th after he could no longer continue due to a groin injury.
He was subbed off in the game with Erik Ten Hag bringing on Wout Weghorst as the Three Lions forward limped off the pitch and headed to the exit tunnel.
Marcus Rashford is Manchester’s highest goal scorer with 28 goals this season, and the injury is coming as a major blow to United ahead of a blockbuster Europa League tie against Sevilla on Thursday.
There have been speculations on the extent on of the damage done to the youngster due to the groin injury and his likelihood of returning to the squad before the Sevilla game.
According to The Sun, Marcus Rashford is likely to ruled out of Manchester United’s Europa League tie against Sevilla on Thursday.
There are also fears who could miss weeks of action for the Red Devils after the Europa League game.
Erik Ten Hag blamed Marcus Rashford’s injury on the club’s tight schedule and the pressure on the players.
Marcus Rashford did not join England Euro 2028 qualifiers squad. He was forced to withdraw due to an ankle issue he picked up in Manchester United’s Premier League draw against Southampton before the international break.
Despite Rashford’s injury blow, there is still light at the end of the tunnel for the Red Devils as Anthony Martial is back to the squad.
Martial scored on his return from injury for Manchester United in the 2-0 win over Everton and will be available in the game against Sevilla.