Marcus Rashford without England and Manchester United is a nobody, claims Paul Parker


‘Marcus Rashford without England and Manchester United is a nobody’, claims former Red Devils defender Paul Parker… and club would have to sell unsettled forward on the cheap after his loss of form

  • Marcus Rashford has endured a tough time since returning from injury
  • The 24-year-old forward was also left out of last week’s England squad
  • Reports have claimed he has grown frustrated with his role at the club 

Marcus Rashford is ‘nothing’ without Manchester United and England, says former Red Devils defender Paul Parker.

The 24-year-old forward has endured a tough time since returning from injury in October, scoring just four times in 19 Premier League appearances. 

He was also left out of last week’s England squad.

Man United forward Marcus Rashford has endured a tough time since returning from injury

Reports have claimed Rashford has grown frustrated with his role at the club, with Liverpool and Barcelona among the clubs said to be interested in signing him.

Parker claims United would have to sell him on the cheap after his loss of form.

told OddsNinja: ‘At the end of the day, if he’s not a Manchester United player, he’s not really good for anyone else. They’re not interested in him, PR wise, to be perfectly honest,

Reports have claimed the 24-year-old has grown frustrated with his role at the club

Reports have claimed the 24-year-old has grown frustrated with his role at the club

‘Manchester United and England sells Marcus Rashford. Marcus Rashford without England and Manchester United is a nobody to the people out there who want to sell/market him.

‘I look at the end of the day, he’s having a poor, poor time. He might just need to go and think about exactly what he wants. Put everything else outside of his job, put that away and concentrate on what his job is. Because without his job, he wouldn’t have had those distractions.

‘So, as far as I’m concerned, whatever he’s been doing and he’s putting his name to, he has to put that to bed. You can’t do both.

‘Not at the level of football he’s playing and the fact that he plays for Manchester United. It’s too much around it, he’s in the public eye, everybody is looking at him. I just think it’s too much, too early and he hasn’t coped with it.’



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