Marcus Rashford makes decision over future after being advised to leave

Marcus Rashford scored his second goal for England in the space of a week on Tuesday night

But the youngster is struggling to hold down a regular starting place for his club side, with boss Jose Mourinho preferring Belgium global Romelu Lukaku as his main striker.

Thompson thinks Rashford will have to make a big decision about his future next summer if his lack of action continues at Old Trafford.

The 20-year-old has started just one game for United so far this season and will miss the next three through suspension following his red card in the 2-0 win over Burnley last time out.

"Marcus loves the club and does not want to move but he wants to be a striker or at least play down the middle as a No 10, ' a source at United told The Sun".

"Even if some of those other top players who have broken into the team, some of the step-overs and things Ronaldo was doing at that age, but he wasn't converting them into the number of goals, so we have got to give him time to develop".

Ruben Loftus-Cheek is another of England's squad that advanced to the semi-finals of the World Cup struggling for minutes at Chelsea. Come the end of the season he then has to make the decision.

"For me, it's the biggest club in the world, and I think he's got the potential to be one of the best". Is Rashford good enough to be Manchester United's centre-forward for them trying to win the Premier League or the Champions League?

Rashford's contribution to the games against Switzerland and Spain has reopened the debate about whether the 20-year-old should keep his place alongside Harry Kane as England's second striker instead of Raheem Sterling.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported that Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford is reportedly wanted by Premier League top clubs Everton and Chelsea. They are going to have the League Cup and European football, so there's more opportunity that the squads will get rotated. "He's got huge competition for places at his club, so you can understand [his frustration]".

"His confidence will be boosted I'm sure, with two goals against top-quality opposition".

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