Marcus Rashford urged to leave Man United for Liverpool, Chelsea or Arsenal

Right move?

One former Premier League player has claimed that Marcus Rashford should leave Manchester United for Liverpool or two other top sides in England.

The youngster still remains one of the biggest talents in world football and is having his best season to date having netted 12 goals.

Though, parallels between Man United and attacking players failing are starting to become more apparent.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan left Old Trafford because of the defensive style of football and is starting to thrive at Arsenal.

Alexis Sanchez is not as free firing as he was at the Emirates while Anthony Martial also struggles under Jose Mourinho.

Rashford may be having a good season by his standards, but even he has struggled on the pitch at times and is struggling to nail down a regular spot under Mourinho.

Reports have even claimed this week that the player could leave the club in the summer because of Jose Mourinho.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 10: Marcus Rashford of Manchester United scores the 1st Manchester United goal during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Manchester City at Old Trafford on December 10, 2017 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Urged

Now, former Newcastle star Micky Quinn has urged the player to leave Old Trafford if he is to better his career.

“I think he’s gotta go. He’s not a first choice for Jose Mourinho. He is not the first choice,” Quinn explained on TalkSPORT.

“The kid is one of the most exciting players we’ve seen in a Manchester United shirt – I’ve got to say that.

“If he wants to be a regular, I don’t think it’s with Jose Mourinho. Lukaku is the first choice on the pitch.”

Cristiano Ronaldo’s gift to Man United’s Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford has also been in the headlines for less sinister reasons today.

That is because the Englishman has revealed a gift that former Old Trafford star Cristiano Ronaldo sent him.

Click here to find out what that gift was.