Marcus Rashford has rubbished claims that he want to leave Old Trafford by noting he is living the dream of playing for Manchester United. The 20-year-old has made nearly 100 appearances in the United shirt since the arrival of Jose Mourinho.
A recent report from The Mirror suggested that the attacker has become disillusioned with his manager over the limited gametime, and this may see him push for a fresh challenge during the summer.
However, speaking in the club’s official programme, Rashford made it clear that he is comfortably placed in Manchester, where he is getting the opportunity to represent his beloved club.
He said: “A lot of people have that dream, so you’re not only doing it for you; you’re doing it for a lot of people that you might not even know, but there are a lot of people who had the dream of playing for their local team when they were young. So I think you are playing not only for yourself and for the club, but for all the people that are living that dream through you.”
Rashford is undoubtedly one of United’s best young attackers in recent times, and though he has not played more regularly in 2018, he has managed to rack over 40 appearances in all competitions.
Several pundits have urged the England international to pursue a new club in order to enhance his gametime, but judging by Rashford’s desire on the pitch, he would certainly snub big-money deals elsewhere to play for the club’s shirt.