Ian Wright has hit out at Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Marcus Rashford picked up a back injury last week.
At Tuesday’s pre-match press conference, Solskjaer insisted that Rashford had “not had that injury before” but Wright was angry that Rashford risked the England international’s health.
“We’re talking about an explosive player that’s going to need to be right [to play].
“Solskjaer’s under intense pressure to get United back where they were and he’s thought about himself before he thought about the player – Solskjaer has put himself above Marcus Rashford’s health.
“Now, one of their most promising and most important players is out and that has to come to the manager’s door.”