Manchester United left-back joins Marcus Rashford out on injury spell
Manchester United may probably not have a good start to the new season after a second name is added to their injury list.
Earlier on, it was Marcus Rashford’s injury report that kept Ole Solskjaer in discomfort due to how impactful the young striker has been.
Rashford was reported to have played the Euro games for England with injury traits which turned out to be needing surgery for him to return to his best forms.
The 23-year-old while awaiting his surgery knows he will have to miss a chunk of the opening campaigns as he is speculated likely to return in October.
Luke Shaw has bitterly joined Marcus Rashford in this circle after The Telegraph reported he played the Euro games with broken ribs which makes one even more surprised considering his performances.
Shaw scored England’s goal in the final against Italy before they went on to lose in the penalty shoot outs.
With his injury disclosed, Ole Solskjaer is awaiting the defender’s return to the team medical center so as to carry out tests and ascertain how long he will be out for.
But Shaw on the other hand has further postponed things with his post-tournament holiday.
His participation in the ongoing Pre-Season has already been delayed due to England finishing off as runner-ups.