Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford has got himself new a pair of boots ahead of England’s fixture against Slovakia on Monday in the Euro 2016 tournement.
He scored three minutes into his England debut and had a solid performance in his European Championship debut for England against Wales on Thursday afternoon.
It’s been a fairytale season for Rashford, he’s quickly risen from playing academy football and has scored eight goals for Man United making him the youngest player to represent England in the European Championship
He still has to compete with the likes of Harry Kane, Jamie Vardy and Daniel Strurridge for a spot up front but the experience he has gained will be crucial for his development.
— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) June 18, 2016
Jose Mourinho is interested in the youngster’s progress and even turned down a move for Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy this summer. A move for Zlatan Ibrahiovic is said to be in the works and there’s no doubt he’ll play a vital role in the club’s success.
He’s been one of the few bright sparks on the team during a disappointing season under Louis van Gaal and hasn’t failed to continuously knock down all expectations of himself.
Rashford has a sensible head on his shoulders and hass worked very hard this season to prove himself at Old Trafford. He’s caught the eye of Mourinho and will be keeping an eye on the youngster hoping he gets some more game time for Roy Hodgson’s England side.