Marcus Rashford is not happy with life at United, and could potentially be on his way out in the summer.
According to reports in The Mirror, the youngster is said to be upset with the lack of game time he has been trusted with this season, and could be angling for a move away when the transfer window opens.
Rashford has started only five of United’s last 16 games, and the report claims that the forward was upset about not starting United’s most recent 3-2 win derby over City.
Overall, he has made 43 appearances this season, but only 21 of them have been starts.
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The paper claims that Rashord is upset about Mourinho’s treatment of him, and will consider leaving the club if the former Chelsea boss is still in the hot seat next season.
The blame cannot be entirely pinned onto Mourinho though, as Rashford started the season brilliantly, and was the manager’s first choice as a result.
A personal loss in form, coupled with the rise of Anthony Martial, saw him lose his place to the Frenchman, before Alexis Sanchez’s arrival in January pushed him even further down the pecking order.
Rashford is a product of United’s fabled academy, and isn’t eager to force his way out of the club that gave him his chance to make it in the professional game at such an early age.
However, with reports of Real Madrid’s interest circulating in the media, it is possible that he might choose to reassess his options at the end of the season.
A United source said: “Marcus was really unhappy with being left out for the derby. If Mourinho is still there next season, Marcus might not be, as he wants to start every game.”