According to a report from Manchester Evening News, the Red Devils will assess Marcus Rashford ahead of the Europa League tie against Granada.
He was deemed fit enough to start yesterday night against Brighton and Hove Albion, however, Rashford withdrew from England duty last month after failing to recover from a foot injury.
The England international grabbed the equalizer on the night against Brighton before limping off in the 72nd minute.
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While Rashford has not been ruled out of the tie, he is set to undergo tests leading up to the game, United face off against Granada in the Europa League on Thursday.
Rashford’s importance to the team cannot be undermined. He is the club’s second top scorer and assists getter this season. He has also been our most clinical forward, as he showed with his finish yesterday night.
Manchester United striker has faced several injuries this season, in fact, he has continued to feature despite injuring his shoulder last year against Arsenal. His management team also dropped a bombshell by claiming that the player has not been in peak fitness for two years now.