Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has been playing through pain since November for Manchester United.
The 23 year old suffered a muscle tear in his left shoulder in the defeat to Arsenal at the start of November, but the issue is still causing him discomfort months later.
Rashford is putting off undergoing a surgery so he help Manchester United in a crucial period of the season.
According to The Telegraph, Rashford will wait until after Euro 2020 this summer before considering undergoing surgery on an ongoing shoulder injury.
Rashford is said to be ‘amazing’ his Manchester United teammates as he continues to battle through injury to play for the Red Devils.
Speaking about Rashford’s shoulder issue earlier this season, Solskjaer said: “Marcus, he’ll run through a brick wall for you and that’s the type of lad he is.
“We’ve just got to be fingers crossed it doesn’t get worse because at the moment it is still manageable.
“How serious is it? At the moment he’s getting that tiredness towards the end or that soreness towards the end that stops him from completing the games.”