Marcus Rashford completed his first group training session in three months back at Manchester United following shoulder surgery. The forward felt good and he is expected to make his return soon.
His comeback could be for the Premier League's matchday 7, which is right after the international break. The English striker did not play a single minute in United's 1-1 draw against Everton, but his odds of plating on the 16th October against Leicester away.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United's head coach, seemed optimistic about Rashford's recovery: "I've seen him and he is good, what is really good news for us Marcus is working hard. If his shoulder allows him, he should be back with us after the international break".
Luke Shaw also suffers from a shourder injury. The defender had to leave the pitch on United's 1-1 draw against Aston Villa as well as a missing the last minute win against Villarreal in the Champions League.
The Norweigian coach also commented on the left-back's situation in the press conference ahead Everton's 1-1 game: "He feels good with himself, He has been fine but his he is not fully healthy yet. We will have to take a decision with him.
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