"Marcus has approached me … all the best": Arsenal ace Rob Holding insists he has no hard feelings against Manchester United striker Rashford after contact, resulting in a knee injury
- Rob Holding may miss a serious knee injury in the next nine months
- He suffered from the cruciate ligament tear at Old Trafford near Arsenal
- The holding was unfavorable after a dispute with Manchester United's Marcus Rashford
- But Holding has chosen Instagram to insist that there are no hard feelings
Robert Summerscales for Mailonline
Arsenal defender Rob Holding has insisted that there is no bad feeling between him and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford.
After a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford on Wednesday, holding the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee could be up to nine months away.
The 23-year-old center-back landed awkwardly after being challenged in the first half of Rashford.
Marcus Rashford (left) and Rob Holding competed for the ball before it was injured
Arsenal defender Holding went to Instagram to say that he had no hard feelings towards Rashford
On Friday night, Holding went to Instagram to get a picture of himself and Rashford going head-first.
He commented on the message: "Marcus has reached me.
We are only fortunate enough to be against each other at OT just to Manc Guys.
"What happens next is just part of football. All the best and my goal is to be better again than before. & # 39;
Previously, Holding had expressed gratitude for the kindly messages he had received.
He wrote: & # 39; This team is special! I love my boys. Thank you for supporting players, employees and fans. & # 39;
The former Bolton star holding was a regular starter at Arsenal this season and played in all of the first-team games in 16 games.
The holding company will miss up to nine months after injuring against Manchester United
He damaged his cruiser during the first half of Arsenal's 2-2 draw at Old Trafford