Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United will make a decision with Marcus Rashford on whether he undergoes shoulder surgery in the coming days.
Having featured for England at Euro 2020, the 23-year-old was planning to go under the knife to deal with a longstanding shoulder injury that would keep him out for approximately 12 weeks.
But Solskjaer was quick to say a decision had yet to be made on whether Rashford would undergo surgery, with the forward set to meet with the club when returning from his summer break.
"With Marcus, we'll probably make a decision in next few days when we check him up again, the last decision-making," he said. "What's best for him and best for the club has to be considered.
"With the boys who've not come back yet, I don't know (how they are). I haven't got a Scooby-Doo on how they are fitness-wise.
United have decisions to make on the fitness and role of a number of players in the coming weeks.
Solskjaer said he will look at teenager Amad Diallo's short-term future after the Olympics, while Axel Tuanzebe could head out on loan with Raphael Varane set to join.
Phil Jones could also soon bolster United's centre-back options as he prepares to return from a knee injury
"Of course Raphael looking like everything is sorted there and we've made that deal, I can see Axel going out because I've got Raphael Varane, (Harry) Maguire, (Victor) Lindelof, Eric Bailly.
"Phil Jones is coming back in. He's due to start training over the weekend when we've got everyone in on Monday, which is a big plus for him."
Australian Associated Press