Solskjaer: Rashford has remained positive
"He wants to get back as quickly as possible but as safely as possible," said the manager of Marcus Rashford...
Ole, good morning. I'm just wondering if you've got any updates on how Marcus Rashford is from the medical team and how you plan to replace him short term or long term going forward? “He won't be fit for this game, that's for sure. He will be out for a while. He'll get the time he needs to recover and of course we're always looking at improving the squad and seeing if there's anything out there, but nothing that I can talk about now.” Was it a pre-existing problem or was it something that did crop up against Wolves? “He's not had that injury before, no. He complained a little bit the last time we played Burnley, he felt it the first time, and we managed him as well as we could. Then he had some days off with treatment, we took him off in some games, he didn't start every game and then suddenly this was a new injury, so he didn't have any injuries before then, no.” How is he? Because it's obviously a blow considering he's playing the best football of his career… “Yeah. Marcus is good, he's a positive guy and he knows that this is not what he wanted, but he's always positive. He wants to get back as quickly as possible, but as safely as possible, so we'll give him that time and when he feels ready and medically we've cleared him he'll be back.”