Marcus Rashford hints at injury update with message to Man Utd fans as club sweat on fitness ahead of crunch run

FORD MARCH MANCHESTER UNITED are still waiting to find out if Marcus Rashford is going to be sidelined for a key part of their Cup treble bid.

That’s after the striker delivered his own injury hint on social media.

Marcus Rashford has delivered an injury hint as Man Utd wait for an official diagnosis

United are fighting for two more trophies, having won the Carabao Cup already, and want to guarantee a place in the Premier League top four.

Top scorer Rashford has been enjoying the best goalscoring season of his career, having found the net 28 times so far.

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But there are fears he could be out for a number of weeks after he limped out of Saturday’s win over Everton with a groin injury.

Rashford and the rest of the players and coaching staff have been given two days off following three games in the last week.

Manager Erik ten Hag and Rashford will return to their Carrington training ground on Tuesday when a full assessment of the England international’s injury will be made.

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But Rashford posted a cryptic update on his Instagram Stories, saying: “Plenty more in the tank.”

Fans were certainly delighted with the injury hint.

One said: “It’s not over for him.”

Another declared: “Let’s hope he’s okay.”

One noted: “Thank God it won’t be anything serious.”

The good news from the weekend for Ten Hag was the return to action of midfielder Christian Eriksen.

Meanwhile, Anthony Martial got back on the score sheet in his third substitute’s appearance after being out with a hip injury.

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Casemiro has also now served his four match suspension.

The Red Devils are facing four key games in 11 days from Thursday when they take on Sevilla in their Europa League quarter-final first leg.

They then travel to Nottingham Forest on Sunday before the return leg against Sevilla on Thursday of next week followed by their FA Cup semi-final against Brighton at Wembley just three days later.

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