Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed Manchester United may be forced to dip into the transfer market to sign a striker following an injury to Marcus Rashford.
The England international could now be out for at least six weeks after he suffered a double stress fracture in his back playing against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
In an interview with Sky Sports after the 2-0 defeat to Liverpool, Solskjaer hinted at signing a striker, "He's [Rashford] suffered a bad injury.
"Yes [it's a double stress fracture]. It's not something that's happened before. We’ve had many injuries this season, it’s just an unfortunate situation we are in.
"It might be because the window is open, we might look at some short-term deals as well that could take us through until the summer.
"We don’t desperately need a striker, we are looking at numbers as well because we have had many injuries. If the right one is there and it fits for us we can buy.
"If there are loans available it might be possible. But, we’ve got players who are champing at the bit."
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