Manchester United sweating over Marcus Rashford injury amid fiesty top four race
Manchester United worry they might be without Marcus Rashford for a number of weeks after the forward pulled up during the side’s triumph against Everton on Saturday.
Rashford, 25, instantly gestured to the sideline after seeming to damage his groin as he attempted to handle a ball from Christian Eriksen in the 81st minute.
The England attacker had previously set-up Anthony Martial to virtually secure the 2-0 win against the Toffees but he stayed on the pitch.
United meet Sevilla on Thursday at Old Trafford in the opening leg of their Europa League quarter-final against the Spanish.
Rashford is guaranteed to miss that game but the Sun report the club worry they might be without their star attacker for a number of weeks.
It would see Rashford miss the second leg and important games against Nottingham Forest and Tottenham in the Premier League, as well as the FA Cup semi-final against Brighton.
United are still awaiting the complete findings of the scan that Rashford underwent on Sunday and they’ll be hoping for better news than the first evaluation.
Rashford has blasted 28 goals this season and United have been largely reliant on his goals.
Martial returned on Saturday but he’s missed 30 matches in all competitions this term with injury.