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Micky Quinn: Marcus Rashford has to leave Manchester United for first team football

by Marwan Harraz

Micky Quinn has claimed that Marcus Rashford has to leave Manchester United if he wants to have any hopes of regular first team football.

The Englishman has featured for his side 44 times across all competitions this season but is reported to be disillusioned with his lack of game time.

It’s been said that yes Rashford has made a lot of appearances but not enough have been starts and he’s unhappy with the situation he’s in.

The report claimed a ‘source’ close to the player said that the academy product was particularly frustrated with having not started the Manchester derby.

Quinn though isn’t interested in any of the rumours and simply believes that if Marcus wants more minutes on the pitch he will have to leave United for it.

According to the Express, Micky said to talkSPORT: “I think he’s [Rashford] got to go. He’s not a first choice for Jose Mourinho. He is not first choice.

“The kid is one of the most exciting players we’ve seen in a Manchester United shirt – I’ve got to say that. He scores goals – you saw the two he scored against Liverpool, two fantastic goals cutting in from the left.

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

“The kid wants to play. I think next season if he can see he’s going to be a sub for most of the season then he’s got to move to further his career.”

The pundit joins a long list of other sections of the media who’ve also claimed similar things with their even being rumours that the 20 year old wants to leave to Chelsea or Tottenham.

The reports themselves are rather bizarre and point to things quite vaguely with their seemingly not being any truth to what’s being said.

Marcus Rashford is a Red Devil through and through having been at the club since he was a kid and it’s very unlikely he wishes to leave.

Jose Mourinho has publicly praised the player multiple times and there’s no surprise to how much he trusts the youngster.

There definitely appears to be some type of agenda which some pundits are trying to push, claiming that Rashford is disillusioned despite his 40+ appearances this season.

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