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Marcus Rashford Takes Body Transformation To Next Level After Packing On 4kg Of Muscle In Legs

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Marcus Rashford Takes Body Transformation To Next Level After Packing On 4kg Of Muscle In Legs

Marcus Rashford has taken his body transformation to the next level after packing on 4kg of muscle in his legs.

The Manchester United star has been on the sidelines for three months after playing through the pain barrier for longer than he really ought to.

Rashford underwent successful shoulder surgery following Euro 2020, while he was also able to kill two birds with one stone by bringing about his recovery from a persistent ankle problem.

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The 23-year-old made af first appearance of the season this weekend, finding the net in the 4-2 defeat to Leicester City after recently returning to training.

And Rashford was back on the pitch with an extra bit of muscle in his legs after putting in the work to improve his lower body while away, as per Chris Wheeler from the Daily Mail.

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Pictures of him in training clearly show the impressive progress Rashford has made. As a teenager, he was considerably scrawny with skinny legs but nowadays Rashford is a physical specimen.

Image: PA
Image: PA

He has, however, lost a little muscle mass in his upper body as a direct result of that shoulder surgery.

United's hope is that more muscle will reduce the amount of injuries Rashford has been picking up by a long way.

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According to The Telegraph, Rashford has gone above and beyond with his gym work - with it not being "uncommon" for him to arrive at Carrington at 8am and not leave the training ground until 6pm.

Ahead of his first game back, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer caused a stir when he stated Rashford should "prioritise football".

"Marcus has done some remarkable and fantastic things, but now he maybe needs to prioritise his football," was the press conference comment from the Norwegian, who had supported Rashford's work in taking on the government and tackling child poverty during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rashford was rewarded with an MBE for his incredible efforts.

Featured Image Credit: Image: PA & Manchester United

Topics: Manchester United, Marcus Rashford

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