Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has revealed he’d like to play with fellow England teammate and Tottenham big shot Harry Kane.
The pair have been called up for their nation’s squad for the World Cup in Russia that will happen this summer and so a partnership isn’t unlikely.
However, it’s sparked rumours that the two could play together on club level in the future whether it means Kane moving to United or Rashford to Spurs.
Though Jose Mourinho doesn’t want the youngster to leave and there’s no real indication he will, rumours still continue to swirl over his future.
Harry meanwhile has been linked with the Red Devils since last summer though it’s unlikely the Portuguese boss will make a move for him considering Romelu Lukaku is now the club’s talismanic man.
According to the Daily Star, Marcus said to EA Sports: “I’d like to play as a two up front. Kane is a good partner to work with.
“He keeps his game simple so it make things simple for you and that would be exciting.”
It’s interesting to see that Marcus Rashford likes to play with a partner up top as it’s not a tactic Mourinho typically plays with.
The former Real Madrid manager likes one powerful, complete forward to lead the line for his clubs but in the future fans could see the Englishman play alongside someone.
Should Rashford continue to develop then Jose may have to consider playing him in his best position alongside Lukaku in order to cause some serious damage to opposition sides.