The rumours regarding Marcus Rashford’s immediate future have been circulating for a few weeks now, as the 20-year-old weighs up his options regarding where he wants to ply his trade over the next few years of his career. A few pundits have suggested that he moves abroad meanwhile others have suggested he remains at Old Trafford, but one thing remains certain in our mind: he shouldn’t move to the Emirates.
According to TalkSPORT guest, former Coventry striker Mickey Quinn, Arsenal are one of three clubs that should attempt to sign Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford along with Chelsea and Liverpool.
Asked about the youngster’s future, Quinn told the radio station: ‘I think he’s gotta go. He’s not a first choice for Jose Mourinho. He is not first choice.
Then asked by presenter Alan Brazil where the striker could go, Quinn continued by saying: ‘Great question. Everyone would take him, wouldn’t they?
‘Arsenal he’s walk in there. [Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang is ok but he can play as a three can’t he, like Liverpool’
Arsenal’s 3-2 defeat at a makeshift Manchester United on Sunday showed just why the Gunners are not good enough to win the title. The fans deserve better than the current teams lack of title winning attributes.
Under strength United beat Gunners
The Gunners went to Old Trafford as favourites to record a win for the first time in a decade. The reason was because United have not been particularly great this season, but more importantly had 13 senior players out through injury.
The team of youngsters and players playing out of position managed to embarrass the Gunners and put a major dent in the Gunners title hopes.
Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford scored twice and produced an assist as the Red Devils defeated Arsenal 3-2 at Old Trafford. The defeat leaves Arsenal five points behind Leicester at the top of the Premier League table.
The first attempt of the game arrived on seven minutes. Mesut Ozil flicked a superb ball over the top of the United defence to Nacho Monreal, who saw an effort blocked by David De Gea’s legs.
Petr Cech got down low to keep out a Memphis Depay free-kick from angle on 13 minutes, after Marcus Rashford had been brought down on the edge of the area.
Arsenal face a test of their Premier League title credentials when they visit injury-hit Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.
United have experienced a disappointing campaign so far this season and currently lays in fifth place in the Premier League. Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal has been heavy criticised for the teams style of play, but of late his team have been massively injury-hit.
United have lost ground on the Champions League spots after failure to win their last two games in the Premier League with a draw against Chelsea and then a defeat against Sunderland last time out.