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According to Ian Ladyman on It’s All Kicking Off, Marcus Rashford ought to depart Man United at the end of the current campaign, and he feels a Premier League competitor would be a perfect fit.



This season, Rashford’s future at his childhood team is under scrutiny, although it’s believed that the youngster would be reluctant to leave United.
Marcus Rashford must depart from Manchester United; a Premier League team could be able to provide him a new beginning. Take a listen to the podcast It’s All Kicking Off!

On the It’s All Kicking Off podcast, Ian , the football editor for Mail Sport, proposed that Marcus Rashford begin his career at a Premier League opponent rather than Manchester United.

The academy product has played for Old Trafford his whole senior playing career, but in the midst of a challenging season in which he has struggled to rediscover his form and has been injured often, there is growing suspicion that Rashford may still start anew somewhere.

The 26-year-old is reportedly unwilling to continue his career at Old Trafford, but after the end of the current campaign, he is expected to have confrontational meetings with Sir Jim Ratcliffe to discuss his future, as the Ineos manager gets ready to make

Prior to their encounter with the Ligue 1 winners two seasons ago, Rashford’s agents from Paris Saint-Germain made an effort to entice him away from United.

However, Ladyman said it would be prudent for clubs nearer to home to take advantage of the unpredictability in Manchest.

Speaking following Man United’s crucial victory against Newcastle on Wednesday night, Ladyman mentioned how Rashford became involved in an undesirable incident while serving as a replacement.

“I believe that while Marcus Rashford was warming up before the game, he got into a little back-and-forth with a fan in the Stretford End,” Ladyman said.The fan bit him a little, he bit back, and one of his colleagues had to get him away.

“It’s a terrible shame to see someone like Marcus obviously still unhappy, unsettled, just coming back from injury, regardless of what happens at Manchester United this summer.”

And now more than ever, I believe it’s time for Marcus Rashford to go on and find a new team. That is what I genuinely think.

Ladyman was ready to offer his opinions when co-host Chris Sutton asked where precisely he believed the England international will end up.

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