Solskjaer provides updates on Rashford & Martial following Man United’s draw with AC Milan

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer provided updates on a number of his attackers following the Reds’ clash with AC Milan.

Man United held by AC Milan

Manchester United faced off with Serie A high-flyers AC Milan on Thursday evening.

The Red Devils headed into the meeting in fairly patch form, and struggling to score enough goals.

Meanwhile, though Milan are currently 2nd in the Italian top-flight, they were without the services of star striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Old Trafford.

Despite this, Milan were more than able to hold their own against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and co.

Amad Diallo, coming off the bench at half-time, would open the scoring 50 minutes in, for what was his first senior strike as a Red.

Milan, who were probably the better side on the day, eventually found an equaliser, and an all-important away goal, 92 minutes in.

Updates on Rashford, Martial & Cavani

Following the tie, as mentioned above, Solskjaer would provide updates on a number of his forwards.

Anthony Martial, who picked up a knock and was replaced by goalscorer Diallo, is in need of a scan.

“Anthony got a whack on his hip so there’s another forward we need to scan and look at.”

Elsewhere, Solskjaer cast doubt over both Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani’s involvement on Sunday when United face off with West Ham:

“I definitely hope Marcus is back for next Thursday in Milan. I’m not sure he’ll make Sunday but, fingers crossed, as we’ll need him.

“Edinson, I don’t think will be ready for Sunday, no.”

Quotes via Manchester United’s official website.

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