Latest update on Rashford's injury
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed Marcus Rashford suffered a groin injury during Manchester United's defeat at West Ham and will have to go for a scan as the medical staff ascertain the extent of his problem.
Rashford limped off just after the hour-mark after going down unchallenged in the box. He joins Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw in the treatment room, while Mason Greenwood missed the match at the London Stadium due to tonsillitis.
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When asked about Rashford on MUTV and in his press conference, Solskjaer had this to say:
“He felt his groin. We'll do a scan tomorrow to see how badly he's injured. I don’t know how long he’ll be out, I’m not a doctor. But he'll probably be out for a little while.”
There did appear to be some positive news with Ole adding: “Hopefully Mason and Anthony will be back for the Arsenal game and at least one of them for Rochdale.”
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