Rashford 'nearing return after travelling to Carrington for treatment on Monday'

Rashford 'nearing return after travelling to Carrington for treatment on Monday'

Marcus Rashford is close to a Manchester United return after heading to their training ground on Monday to finish treatment on a serious back injury.

The 22-year-old England forward has been out of action since January after suffering a double stress fracture in his back.

He was set to miss the rest of the Premier League season and also a major doubt for Euro 2020 but the coronavirus crisis has given him extra time to recover.

The Sun reported that Rashford visited United's Carrington complex on Monday morning and spoke with club doctors.

He also spent time in the gym where he worked on regaining his fitness after more than three months out.

It is believed the forward has been in a few times over the past five weeks since the Government put the UK in Covid-19 lockdown.

He has been allowed to under Premier League rules, which state players are permitted to see doctors for essential treatment.

A source told The Sun: 'Marcus was working out in the gym and has been undergoing treatment which he has needed in his recovery.

'He looked in good nick and in great spirits. He is hoping that he is coming to the end of what has been a tricky year so far with injury.' Follow us on Twitter and on Facebook
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