Marcus Rashford refused to rule out a move from Man Utd at some point, with the 23-year-old striker open to the idea of taking on a new challenge outside of England.
Rashford would never say no
The versatile frontman is a product of the famous academic system at Old Trafford and has taken over 270 appearances for his hometown club since bursting onto the stage as a promising teenager. Rashford is tied to a contract until 2023 and doesn’t expect to spread his wings anytime soon, but the option to play overseas in the future is what appeals to the ambitious character. Discussing whether he could see himself playing in another country, Marcus Rashford said he would never say no. Asked to identify his ideal club, the England international added that besides United, he is a big fan of Barcelona and Real because they have always had great players and played attractive football. According to Marcus, everyone is watching Barcelona and Real.
Marcus feeds on every opportunity
While there are no suggestions for Marcus to leave United in the near future, he longs to continue as a person and put himself in the best position to take on any challenge. Marcus wants to learn Spanish and Italian, with the man who dropped the MBE for his political endeavors off the pitch, trying to make the most of every opportunity presented to him. Marcus also said that when he was growing up, language learning was not considered important in school. There was no such expectation and football gave him the opportunity to travel to different countries, and there are certain countries that you love and want to learn more about, and learning the language is definitely part of that. So far, Marcus’ focus has been locked into a positive finish for the 2020-21 campaign, with Ole Gunnar’s looking to end a four-year wait for major silver pieces when he faces Villarreal in the Europa League final on 26 May.