Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is likely to return to action very soon after a scan showed that he has suffered no serious damage to his knee.
After the 3-2 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup on Sunday, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that the 23-year-old would be assessed after the player felt some discomfort.
It was initially feared that Rashford would be out for a number of weeks, which could have seen him miss upcoming games against Sheffield United, Arsenal, Southampton, Everton and West Ham, but it seems he won’t be sidelined for too long.
In terms of other fitness issues, Facundo Pellistri has returned to training after recovering from the virus. The Uruguayan has yet to play a first-team game since arriving from Penarol earlier this season.
Marcos Rojo (calf), Phil Jones (knee) and Brandon Williams (knock) are all still unavailable heading into tomorrow’s match versus the Blades at Old Trafford.