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Manchester United: Fabrizio Romano issues worrying Marcus Rashford claim

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According to Fabrizio Romano, Marcus Rashford is considering his future at Manchester United ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window.

Romano was speaking on his YouTube channel following a big defeat at the weekend for the Red Devils.

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It has been a difficult campaign for the 24-year-old, who has only played 868 minutes of Premier League action across his 18 appearances in the English top flight (via Transfermarkt).

And the winger has only made five starts in the Premier League under Ralf Rangnick since the German manager arrived in the late November.

Having been a regular for the Red Devils for a number of years now, Romano believes the 24-year-old is now considering where his future may lie after the end of the season.

He said: “Update today on Marcus Rashford, because I’m told from a source close to the player that he is considering his future at Man United.

“It doesn’t mean that he’s 100% leaving the club in the summer, but he’s thinking about it. Marcus Rashford is not happy with [his] lack of game time. He wants to be selected for the World Cup in December with England. So this is why he wants to play, and he’s not happy with [the] current situation.”

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It has certainly been a testing season for the United winger, with just four goals and two assists to his name in the Premier League this campaign (via Transfermarkt).

However, it is also worth remembering that Rangnick is only expected to be the manager until the end of the campaign, with United being heavily linked with Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag.

There is no denying Rashford is struggling to nail down a spot in this United side, but maybe it is worth hanging about for next season to see what his chances are like under a new manager.

And if he still struggles next season, then he would be able to leave for free in the following summer, as his contract currently has just over one year remaining at Old Trafford.

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