Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that long time absentee Marcus Rashford has been included on the squad to face Leicester City at the weekend.
Rashford has been on the sidelines and is yet to feature this season for United as he went for a major operation.
The 23-year old revealed that he played with a shoulder injury for a majority of last season but decided to go for operation at the end of the season.
Rashford who was the youngest person when he received a honorary award from the University of Manchester last week made a come back last week in a behind-closed-door game against Blackburn and scored a brace in the game.
His boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer said, “He’s (Rashford) in the squad (against Leicester), if he’s gonna start or not, I can’t tell you now. He’s worked really hard throughout the lay-off. Been really bright this ask and had 60 minute involvement behind closed doors last week, so he’s raring to go”.