Marcus Rashford has traveled with the Manchester United squad to London for the League Cup final against Newcastle on Sunday.

Rashford suffered an apparent ankle injury in the second half of United’s Europa League play-off win over Barcelona on Thursday night and was substituted in the 88th minute.

The England international is United’s top scorer this season with 24 goals, the best tally by Rashford in his eight seasons with United.

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United medical staff assessed Rashford yesterday and today and the 25-year-old has been included in manager Erik ten Hag’s traveling squad.

Asked about Rashford’s potential availability on Friday, Ten Hag said: “I don’t know. Players are coming now.

“We have to do investigations, medical, of course, yesterday we did it. So immediately after a game, most of the time you can’t tell, you have to wait for a 100 percent diagnosis. So let’s do the doctor, the job”. , we have to wait.”

United boarded a train at Stockport station on Saturday afternoon ahead of the 4:30pm kick-off at Wembley tomorrow.


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