Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has confirmed that he has undergone his surgery successfully and has been officially ruled out of playing any official match for the club in the coming weeks. The England international star will miss the opening weeks of the new English Premier League season as he undergoes rehabilitation and follows up on the necessary procedures needed to recover fully from the shoulder injury that made him go under the knife.
Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has indicated that the Red Devils don’t stand much of a chance of competing for the Premier League title next term, considering the lack of experience within the forward ranks. The likes of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial have impressed with their frontline duties in the past few seasons but Matic does not believe they are prepared to take up the challenge of winning the English crown.
He said: “Quality and experience brings you the title. In this squad we have quality and no experience.We have five or six top players, but they are still young like Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial. They have shown their quality on the pitch but they are too young to lead the team of course. Football always wants results but the fans need to be patient so they can improve. In the future I am sure these players will take United back where they belong.”