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Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said he can’t guarantee that injured striker Marcus Rashford will play again this season.
United suffered a major blow when Rashford was ruled out of action for at least six weeks due to a double stress fracture in his back.
Rashford has scored 19 times in all competitions this term and his absence will be a major blow to a Red Devils side looking to avoid missing out on Champions League football for a second straight season.
When asked if Rashford could miss the rest of the season, Solskjaer would not rule out the possibility.
“Marcus is going to get as long as he needs to get fit. We are not going to risk him when he’s had an injury,” Solskjaer said in response to the question.
“I have got the best medical staff in the country and I am sure when Marcus comes back he will be 100 per cent fit.”