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Euro 2020 .. Rashford undergoes shoulder surgery after the end of the Euro

Marcus Rashford, the star of Manchester United and the England national team, may miss the start of the new season of the English Premier League, with a shoulder surgery immediately after the Euro 2020 tournament, as he is playing the tournament at the present time and he suffers from some pain.

Rashford was asked if he needed surgery, and the 23-year-old Manchester United striker said: "I have to decide then, it's either an operation or I don't operate on my shoulder."

"I'm not 100 per cent sure if I need it yet, I'm going to end up strong here and like I said, I have a few weeks off just to relax and decide what I'm going to do, the doctors didn't say how long," he added. I'll stay outside."

"The reason I don't know is that when the season started, before I came here (with England), I knew there was no chance of me having surgery, so I didn't know how long the operation that would put me abroad would take," Rashford continued.

"I am fully focused here with England, when the tournament is over I will ask the question, but to get to this stage where I am now, it was a big goal for me at the start of the season. I am mentally and physically ready for the matches."

Rashford admits he hasn't been able to do his best in recent months, saying: "I'm obviously not doing my best and what I know I can do, whatever it is, it doesn't really matter because it's been there since the start of the season."

Rashford added: “I was able to get through the season with United, I think I had 36 goals, so I can’t look back on the year and say um, I should have taken time off to do that, I just want to be available in every game.”

The England national team is preparing to meet its German counterpart in the round of 16 of Euro 2020 on June 29.