Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that Marcus Rashford may not be available for the weekend against Liverpool due to a ‘dead leg’.
Man United welcomed Rashford back from his shoulder injury last weekend and the 23-year-old marked it with style with a goal against Leicester City.
The England international would go on to start for Manchester United in what was a crucial Champions League game against Atalanta at Old Trafford.
Rashford would score Man United’s first goal in the second half after they had gone two goals down in the first half.
The forward was replaced by Edinson Cavani after he was seen struggling with both of his legs.
According to ESPN, Solskjaer said Marcus Rashford has a ‘dead leg’ and ‘doesn’t know’ if he will be available to face Liverpool on Sunday.
Should Rashford fail to be fit for the rivalry clash at Old Trafford, Solskjaer would have a few quality options to cover his void.