Man Utd fans say 'goodbye to the season' after Ten Hag gives worrying injury update on Marcus Rashford | The Sun
MARCUS RASHFORD is a major doubt for Manchester United's clash with Wolves.
The England international is struggling with a leg injury – which could rule him out for the remainder of the season.
Manager Erik ten Hag said: "Rashford is doubtful. He has a problem, so an injury on his leg.
"He's a big question mark. More than doubtful, a big question mark."
United fans were quick to react to the news of Rashford's latest injury setback.
And many of them began kissing goodbye their hopes of a top-four finish and FA Cup glory.
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One of the Old Trafford faithful tweeted: "End the season already!!"
Another said: "We ain’t getting top 4."
And another said: "Lol we’re so f****d."
One remarked: "Don't know why Erik refused to rest him at all.
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"Rushed him back from injury to use him like a bar of soap, [Anthony] Elanga can't even get minutes from the bench. Just don't get it at all."
Another chimed in: "Goodbye to this szn."
The inconsistent Red Devils are currently sitting pretty in fourth place – a solitary point ahead of their bitter rivals Liverpool.
But Ten Hag insists he's ignoring the Merseysiders as everything is in his troops' hands in the battle for the top four.
A run of six wins on the trot has moved Jurgen Klopp’s side to within a point of the Red Devils who hold the final Champions League spot and spread some nervousness around the fan base.
But the club’s bitter rivals aren't giving Ten Hag any sleepless nights.
The Dutchman said: “Of course, I can ignore that.
“It's not important, we have everything in our hands and as long as we have everything in our hands we are not dependent on them.
“If we bring our performance, then it's not important.
“What is important is the opponent we face next, Wolves.
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“We have to take them seriously.
“They have done a great job, we focus on that but they also have deficits, we have to take advantage of that.”
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