Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs £100 million target Rashford ‘will have to leave’ Man United announces Waddle

Former England International Chris Waddle has claimed Manchester United star Marcus Rashford will need to leave as he is being wasted at Old Trafford.

The young English striker is a firm fans favourite and one of the only players at Old Trafford that can get the fans on the edge of their seats, But over the last 12 months his development has stalled under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, who isn’t convinced the Englishman is ready to get ahead of Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku.

And this season he has grown even more frustrated at the lack of game time under the special one, startng only two Premier League games, despite the fact Sanchez has been awful since his big move to United last January.

And Waddle has warned United to start valuing the youngster more, or risk losing him to a rival, as the likes of Arsenal, Liverpool and Arsenal have all shown an interest in getting a transfer deal done.

Waddle told the TalkSport website: “Rashford will have to leave if he doesn’t get regular first team football,” said the former England international. He needs to get games and if he’s not getting games at United then he needs to go elsewhere in order to get it.

“There’ll be a time when he decides to look at other teams where he can play week in week out, he’s never been in that position and he needs that at some point.”

Should Rashford consider a move to a Premier League rival? Here is what we think.

Rashford is one of the best talents in world football and Waddle is right, he is being wasted by Mourinho, who doesn’t like to use too many youngsters in his squads and if the special one does stay, then the Englishman needs to move on and continue his development elsewhere.

He loves United and has no plans to leave, but sitting on the bench every week is not doing his confidence or career any good at all.


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