Marcus Rashford & Manchester United
After a positive couple of matches for England, Marcus Rashford is now on the sidelines for Manchester United.
Prior to the international break, Rashford was sent off in a 2-0 win at Burnley.
Rashford is now suspended for three Man United matches. He’ll miss games against Watford, Wolves and Derby County.
Rashford & England
Rashford scored twice for England during the international break.
The Man United forward scored for the Three Lions in a 2-1 defeat to Spain in the UEFA Nations League.
In truth, Rashford could have scored a couple more goals against La Roja.
On Tuesday night Rashford was again on target for England in a 1-0 win over Switzerland.
Gary Neville on Rashford & Man United
Following the win over Switzerland, Gary Neville recorded his latest Sky Sports podcast.
The topic of Rashford’s current standing at Man United came up.
Rashford has yet to play 90 minutes for United this season.
Against Leicester in week one, Rashford only played 66 minutes in the 2-1 United win.
In the Brighton defeat in week two Rashford only got 45 minutes on the pitch.
Rashford played no part in the defeat to Tottenham. While the England international was only on the turf for 10 minutes at Burnley before he saw red.
Gary Neville has now voiced his opinion on what Rashford needs to do next in his career:
What he does have to do in these next 12 to 18 months is to establish himself in one position and play 100 games there.
Because he plays left, he play right, he plays centre-forward and he often comes off the bench.
And it’s difficult for him. There’s no doubt he’s getting great experience and he’s had a great start to his career.
But what he doesn’t want to do is fall into that category of someone who continues in that mould.
Everton & Chelsea
Everton and Chelsea lead the way with Ladbrokes in the race for Marcus Rashford’s signature.
Following comments from Jamie Carragher suggesting the Man United man may have to leave Old Trafford to reach his full potential, the bookies have priced up potential destinations for the England ace.
And as things stand it’s Everton and Chelsea who are the 4/1 favourites to make a move, while Arsenal are just behind in the betting at 9/2.
Elsewhere, the bookies reckon Wolves (8/1) have more chance of striking a deal than Real Madrid (10/1), Dortmund (10/1) and Barcelona (14/1).
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It’s unlikely Rashford will lead the line at United on a regular basis any time soon. And were he to leave, we reckon there’ll be plenty in the running for his signature.”
10 most likely clubs to sign Marcus Rashford
Everton – 4/1
Chelsea – 4/1
Arsenal – 9/2
Tottenham – 5/1
Wolves – 8/1
Real Madrid – 10/1
Dortmund – 10/1
Leicester – 10/1
Barcelona – 14/1
Liverpool – 20/1