Ryan Giggs has rubbished suggestions that Marcus Rashford should leave Manchester United, saying that he is at the right club.
The 20-year-old has been the subject of plenty of chatter from so-called experts in recent weeks, who have suggested that he leaves Manchester United in the search of regular first-team football as a central striker.
Those calls were only made louder by scoring two goals in two games while on International duty with England last week, prompting a passionate response from Jose Mourinho, who defended his use of the player and highlighting just how much he is played.
Now, United legend Ryan Giggs has said that there is no need for the youngster to leave Old Trafford:
“He’s a Manchester United player, he’s from Manchester and he plays a lot of games so I don’t see why there is speculation,” Giggs told the Manchester Evening News.
“He scored a couple of goals for England, but that doesn’t mean anything. He’s at the right club, United have a rich history of playing young players, so I’m not sure why all these people are debating whether he should leave.”