Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says his club has not yet decided whether Marcus Rashford will undergo surgery to treat a shoulder injury.
And the BBC reported last week that Rashford is likely to miss the start of the season after he decided to undergo surgery, and may be out for a period of about 12 weeks.
Rashford recently suffered from this injury during the latter part of last season, and did not participate in only a few minutes with England during its path towards reaching the final of the European Championship.
In response to a question from reporters after the 2-1 win over Derby County in a pre-season friendly about Rashford undergoing surgery, Solskjaer said: “No. We are looking for the best solutions.”
“We have to choose the best path for him and the club. We are still discussing the matter with the experts.”
United finished second in the English Premier League last season, 12 points behind champion Manchester City.