Marcus Rashford is growing increasingly frustrated at his lack of game-time at Manchester United, and could head for the exit door in the summer if this fringe role persists – the Mirror reports.
Marcus Rashford has started just five of the last 16 games for United, and after featuring for just eight minutes against rivals City, a source has told the paper that Rashford may not be at Old Trafford next season if Jose Mourinho remains in charge.
Rashford has been at United since the age of seven, has progressed through their ranks to the first-team without going out on loan and is understood to have no desire to turn his back on his boyhood club.
But Mourinho’s reluctance to give him a sustained run in the side is an ongoing issue that is likely to come to a head if it continues, with Rashford unwilling to accept being a bit-part player much longer.
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.”
Rashford is also said to be unhappy at playing on the right side, with Sanchez having made the left side his own since his arrival and Lukaku immovable up front as the first-choice central striker.