Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has been handed some surprise advice over his playing future and told he should consider departing the side for one of their English Premier League rivals.
Former footballer, now pundit Micky Quinn believes Marcus Rashford is not looking like a player that will become first choice under manager Jose Mourinho, despite his talent and impressive displays in his Manchester United career so far.
Quinn feels the England international forward would easily get into the first team of clubs like Chelsea and Arsenal, essentially advising him to consider leaving United to play for another top Premier League club.
It seems very unlikely that United would let an homegrown talent like Marcus Rashford leave for a rival club too easily, but he has found playing opportunities harder to secure in recent times.
The winter acquisition Chile international forward Alexis Sanchez has hurt the player’s prospects and the Daily Mirror have suggested that he’s considering his club options ahead of the summer transfer window.
Reports today suggest the 20-year-old may leave Old Trafford if Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho remains at the club this summer window.
The football analyst feels it could be the best move for the England international forward to leave Old Trafford soon if he continues to be left on the bench by head coach Jose Mourinho.
Quinn told talkSPORT that Rashford is one of the most exciting footballers we have ever seen at Old Trafford, who scores goals – as seen scoring a brace against eternal rivals Liverpool recently.