Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford is making excellent progress on his recovery from shoulder surgery and could be back in action for the Red Devils much earlier than scheduled.
According to The Sun, the Englishman could be back to undergo light training sessions at Carrington from the end of this month itself.
The 23-year-old is said to be having rehabilitation on his shoulder twice a week and making rapid progress on getting back to full fitness.
Thus, the Red Devils are now even hopeful that he could be back in action for them at the end of September, weeks ahead of schedule.
However, Rashy will be on a special training program after he returns because his shoulder hasn’t fully recovered yet – as the Englishman is still wearing a brace on his left shoulder.
Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hope to have his talisman back in action before the barrage of big games in October, which could be potentially season-defining ones for United.