Marcus Rashford could join Chelsea or Tottenham if he leaves Man United, informs the Football Insider.
That’s according to former Leeds United stopper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the attacker’s future.
Fabrizio Romano reported on Monday (7 March) Rashford, 24, is considering his future and is concerned with his lack of playing time.
He was not named in the starting XI as Man United were smashed 4-1 by Man City on Sunday (6 March) despite the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani.
The attacker has only started nine Premier League games this season after starting the campaign with an injury that sidelined him until mid-October.
If Rashford does leave Old Trafford, Kenny insists there will be no shortage of interested clubs.
“It would be a massive blow for them,” Kenny told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“I have no doubt, if Rashford leaves, he will stay in the Premier League.
“They will be making a rival stronger. He’s good enough to play for Chelsea or Tottenham, and I could see him there.
“I think a move to Man City is probably off the cards though. If Man United don’t want to keep him there will be a lot of interest.
“Those other clubs are better to be at as well because Man United are going nowhere.
“I know he’s a Manchester boy but you have to do what is best for your career and a move to London to pay for a club who are always in the Champions League must be appealing to a player like Rashford.”
Rashford has made 24 appearances this season. He has scored five goals.