Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists Manchester United won’t rush Marcus Rashford return

Marcus Rashford and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Marcus Rashford is reportedly in line to go back from harm sooner than the tip of the season, however, Manchester United is not going to rush him.

Manchester United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he’s going to now not rush Marcus Rashford again from harm.

Rashford has been out since mid-January because of an again harm and there was some confusion over how lengthy he’s going to be absent.

Initially, it used to be idea Rashford may go back in March, then it used to be urged he would possibly leave out the rest of the season and Euro 2020.

Further scans on the finish of February have been “quite positive”, resulting in new studies claiming Rashford would possibly go back for the last levels of the Premier League season, definitely offering United a big spice up if they’re nonetheless preventing for Champions League qualification.

Solskjaer is erring at the aspect of warning, then again, and is adamant United is not going to throw him again into first-team soccer too quickly.

“As [with] any player, he wants to be fit as quickly as possible and play as soon as possible,” Solskjaer instructed MUTV.

“If that implies taking part in April, if he’ll behave compatibility for us against the tip of the season, incredible. If it takes longer, it takes longer.

“We simply need to be smart with it as a result of we’re going to have Marcus taking part in right here for plenty of, a few years.

“The scans have been encouraging. He’s now operating within the fitness center and within the pool, and he’s transferring round higher. He’s in and across the position.

“It’s like how long is a piece of rope [in terms of a return date]? It’s difficult.”