The striker was seen limping after United’s 3-1 win against Everton on Saturday and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer blasted the Premier League for their ‘unfair’ scheduling of matches, which he believes contributed to Rashford’s shoulder injury.
The Norwegian claimed Rashford and Luke Shaw had both sustained ‘bad’ injuries and the left-back could miss the next six weeks with a hamstring strain.
However, Rashford has clearly overcome his issue as United confirmed on Wednesday that he will hook up with the Three Lions squad ahead of games against the Republic of Ireland and Iceland.
Given Rashford’s late arrival, he’s unlikely to play against Ireland on Thursday at Wembley.
Solskjaer will be keen for his striker to have a rest after his furious comments at Goodison Park.
‘How can you expect players to perform to the best of their ability when you send them out at 12.30pm? Absolute joke,’ he said.
‘A month ago we tried to move this game. What sense is there for us to play on a Saturday when we could play on the Sunday and there is an international break afterwards?
‘I can’t say enough how hard these times are for everyone, not just footballers, and we want to see football with quality.
‘Our players were set up to fail today with the schedule. I pushed my club to really fight the kick-off time on this one to give us at least half a chance, but it was quashed.’