Manchester United winger Marcus Rashford is considering his future at boyhood club after falling behind in the pecking order, according to The Guardian.
Manager Ralf Rangnick decided to go with youngster Anthony Elanga instead against Man City, who is currently enjoying his break-out season at United.
Rashford has only started 9 out of 18 games he has featured for United in the Premier League this season, managing to find the net only 4 times. Back in January, the 24-year-old came under criticism from club legend Rio Ferdinand following United’s loss against Wolves.
Rashford’s current contract runs out in 2023 and he has the option to extend for another year but recent developments have forced the player to seriously mull over the possibility of an exit. He could also choose to wait until United announce a permanent manager at the end of the season, after Ralf Rangnick’s tenure as interim manager comes to an end.
Rashford won’t be short of suitors given his age and nationality, but it remains to be seen if the Englishman would join one of United’s domestic rivals.