Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: Marcus Rashford will become a top goalscorer

by Marwan Harraz

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has almost promised fans that Marcus Rashford will become a top goalscorer in due time.

The Englishman has already proven his prolific nature under the Norwegian’s management so far but he has been edged on to improve further.

Rashford has benefitted tremendously from being moved into a central role and it’s clear to see Solskjaer heavily favours him to others.

Anthony Martial has often been left out wide despite his preferences while Romelu Lukaku has enjoyed an upturn in form but mostly in the absence of the academy product.

Some sections of the United faithful believe Marcus is an incredible dribbler with tonnes of pace and dynamism but lacks the clinical nature of top strikers.

According to the club’s official website, Ole said: “He’s confident. He’s practised more and more finishing. Not only his shots, he’s doing more and more, wants to do more and more, and he’ll turn into a very good goalscorer. Don’t worry about that.”

Rashford chipped in with a crucial goal during his last outing for the Red Devils as he netted the opener vs Watford.

Solskjaer’s men looked second best for most of the match before the striker converted his effort to make his teammates breathe easy.

If Marcus continues to grow and improve his goalscoring record there’s no doubt he can become one of the Premier League’s finest strikers.

Often accused of snatching at his chances, Ole has publicly advised him to maintain his composure to increase his tally.

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