Rashford missed England’s European Championship qualifying wins over Italy and Ukraine after withdrawing from the squad earlier this month because of a knock.
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has returned to training after picking up a knock before the transnational break but a late call will be taken on his return to action this weekend, director Erik Ten Hag said on Friday.
Rashford missed England’s European Championship qualifying triumphs over Italy and Ukraine after withdrawing from the team before this month due to a knock he suffered during United’s FA Cup quarter-final palm over Fulham.
The 25- time-old is United’s top arranger this season and has been in scintillating form with 30 pretensions for club and country.
“I’ve good stopgap, he trained but he’d to do some treatment, he’d to do some individual training. moment he joined in with the group, ” Ten Hag told journalists ahead of Sunday’s trip to Newcastle United.
“We’ve one further day, so I’ve a good stopgap he’ll be available. I’ve seen him back this week and he has shown a lot of energy, a lot of provocation. It was a good spirit and a lot of focus. ”
Rashford’s rise this season has seen him linked with a move to eclipse European sides but Ten Hag said he wants to keep the club’s amulet with addresses ongoing over a contract extension. Rsahford’s current deal ends coming season.
“It’s an internal process. We concentrate on winning games, of course also planning for the future, so in the reverse we ’re working on that, ” Ten Hag added.
“It’s about agents, it’s about football director John Murtough. Rashy and I are fastening on performing. ”
Ten Hag also said injured French forward Anthony Martial could make his return for the first time in two months.
United is third in the league standings with 50 points but fifth- placed Newcastle can catch Ten Hag’s side on thing difference if they win at St James ’ Park.
Newcastle has the stylish protective record in the Premier League this season having conceded only 19 pretensions in 26 games but the Dutch master was more concerned about their time- wasting tactics.
“We know they delay, it’s commodity that the refereeing does n’t want. They want to have tempo in the game, that’s the end of the Premier League, so they’ve to be harmonious to let the game go, ” Ten Hag said.
“They ’ve had a great season with their director( Eddie Howe). It’s a platoon that’s really hard to beat. We’re looking forward to the challenge and the substantiation is we can beat them. ” Know More Football News….