5 reasons why Marcus Rashford should leave Manchester United to develop

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Rashford celebrates one of his two goals against arch-rivals Liverpool earlier this month. (Picture source: Bleacher Report)

Rashford flourished upon his arrival two years ago, but now he should leave Manchester United in order to progress further.

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Manchester City 0-1 Manchester United: Rashford the hero as Citizens struggle in tense derby loss

Manchester City 0-1 Manchester United: Rashford the hero as Citizens struggle in tense derby loss

Marcus Rashford’s first-half strike was enough to sink the struggling Citizens, in an afternoon where the hosts dominated for large periods but ultimately failed to take their chances.

Rashford’s first-half strike enough to sink Citizens

Manchester United have prevailed with a hard-fought derby victory away at the Ethiad, thus boosting their top-four hopes in the process. All of the plaudits and media attention, will undoubtedly be diverted in the direction of young Marcus Rashford – who became the youngest goalscorer in the Manchester Derby (18 years, 141 days) with a cool, composed finish in the first-half.

Having been slipped through on-goal by Juan Mata, the 18-year-old had it all to do, but skipped past Martin Demichelis within a flash and his effort from close-range nestled into the back of the net within seconds afterward.

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Manchester United 3-2 Arsenal: Gunners disappoint in important away clash at Old Trafford

Manchester United 3-2 Arsenal: Gunners disappoint in important away clash at Old Trafford

A first-half brace courtesy of first-team debutant Marcus Rashford – as well as a deflected strike from Ander Herrera was enough to see United past their old foes once again, in a game that promised much more.

Gunners underwhelm as United take full advantage

Arsenal succumbed to defeat for the second time in a matter of days during a five-goal thriller at Old Trafford, despite the hosts clearly fielding a weakened side due to an unhealthy plethora of injuries to key first-team players.

Marcus Rashford – who scored two on his senior debut in midweek – doubled up with his first Premier League brace, against one of the league’s best goalkeepers in Petr Cech.

Rashford wheels away to celebrate one of his two goals v Arsenal alongside Spanish duo Herrera and Mata | Photo: Getty Images

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