Manchester United has a real buzz about the club right now thanks to the Cristiano Ronaldo effect.
The players can’t wait to join the club icon on the pitch at Old Trafford, but some may have to wait a little longer than others.
Marcus Rashford is working his way back to fitness after an operation and doing everything he can to get fully healthy.
Rashford sent a message to supporters with a picture from inside an oxygen tank.
He is doing all the necessary rehab work to get back to peak fitness and says he ‘can’t wait to be back on the pitch’.
Due back late next month?
After undergoing a shoulder injury in early August and also resting a foot injury, Rashford recently returned to light training.
A report from The Sun claimed United’s coaching staff were pleased with his progress.
Rashford was originally projected to return in late October but could now be available at the end of September.
The September 29 clash with Villarreal at Old Trafford in the Champions League lines up as a possible return date.
Rashford will obviously be desperate to get back on the pitch and play even sooner.
He just needs to ensure he does not push himself too hard too soon and end up suffering a setback as a result.
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