Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is currently unhappy at Old Trafford due to his lack of regular actions this season and he’s tipped to be leaving the club this summer according to reports from the Mirror.
The 20-year-old striker broke into the limelight during Luis Van Gaal reign in 2016 but has seen his first-team action reduced drastically since José Mourinho took charge as the Red Devils manager last season.
Despite being one of the best performers in United’s run to Europa League triumph last season, Rashford seems not rated by the Portuguese manager as he has started just five matches for the team from a possible 16 matches.
Having seen the player’s retrogression this season, former Newcastle striker Micky Quinn has told the youngster to find another club in the summer if he wants to reach his full potentials.
While speaking to TalkSports concerning Rashford’s future, Quinn reveals that the youngster will be a good addition to Arsenal, Liverpool or Chelsea.
Rashford was given just eight-minute appearance in United’s 3-2 victory over their derby rivals last Sunday, a scenario that the ex-Newcastle striker claims won’t be too good for his development in the game.
Should Rashford decides to leave Old Trafford this summer, there would be many suitors who would love to add him to their squad ahead of next season, considering his pace and tricky in opponents’ half of the pitch.