England international striker Marcus Rashford is being tipped to move out of Old Trafford this summer due to his inability to get much game-time under José Mourinho this term.
The player was advised by former Newcastle striker Quinn, to move out of United during the summer transfer window if he must continue progress in the game.
It should be recalled that the youngster broke into the limelight in the 2016-17 season during Lois Van Gaal’s reign when he was lively in all the matches he played for the team.
While reacting to the speculation linking Rashford to Chelsea and Arsenal in an interview with Manchester Evening News, former United player Gary Neville debunked the rumours claiming he sees no reason why the 20-year-old should be moving out of Old Trafford.
He believes Manchester United would never let Rashford leave the team in the summer as they hope to extend his contract before the end of his contract.
Having signed Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal, José Mourinho has pushed Marcus Rashford down the pecking order but Neville advised the youngster to fight for his place in the Portuguese starting lineup in the upcoming season.
Real Madrid and Chelsea are reportedly in the battle for the youngster’s signature as both teams want to add more firepower to their frontline ahead of next season.