Manchester United are sweating on the fitness of Marcus Rashford ahead of their trip to West Ham United on Saturday after the striker was forced off with a shoulder issue in a defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.
The England striker scored United’s only goal of the game in the 3-1 loss after his strike deflected in off Danilo to put the home side back on level terms during an enthralling first half.
Rashford impressed from an unorthodox right wing position but he was taken off shortly after Marquinhos’ goal and he headed straight down to tunnel to spark fears over an injury.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed after the game that Rashford was suffering from shoulder pain, which has been troubling him in recent weeks.
With such a short turnaround before the trip to the London Stadium, Solskjaer fears Rashford could miss the game against David Moyes’ side.
‘It’s just niggling him, that shoulder injury,’ Solskjaer told BT Sport.
‘Let’s see how quickly he can recover. Let’s hope he can be ready for the West Ham game. But we don’t know.’
Mason Greenwood featured as a late substitute against Thomas Tuchel’s side but he’s scored just twice this term and is yet to open his account in the Premier League.
West Ham have won their last three games on the bounce and picked up ten points from a possible 15.