Man United forward considering leaving club as shock reports emerge

Manchester United are set to undergo massive changes this summer.

Not only will the side be searching for a permanent manager to succeed interim boss Ralf Rangnick, but some first-team players could also be heading towards the exit.

Midfield duo Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard are two of the most high profile names to be expected to leave.

The pair are out of contract at the end of the season and with no signs of renewal, now look nailed on to leave.

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However, most concerning for the United faithful will be a recent report from leading football transfer Fabrizio Romano, who has claimed that wide-attacker Marcus Rashford is also unhappy at the club.

Rashford has struggled to cement his place in Rangnick’s starting 11 in recent weeks – probably due to his lack of goals, which is echoed by the fact he has netted just five times in almost as many months.

Marcus Rashford is understood to be unhappy at Manchester United.

Sunday afternoon at the Etihad Stadium saw the Englishman excluded from his manager’s plans again.

Forced to play a bit-part role from the bench, it now appears that the youth academy product is becoming fed up with life in Manchester and is understood to be considering his future.

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  1. Marcus has been so far off of the pace and his best. A few years ago I think he was as good a young player as there was in Europe and I really hope that he can rediscover his form and love of playing for his local team; Manchester United.
    Lots of the current squad should leave and hopefully they want to leave because they are the current players and it just isn’t good enough for the club and the fans.
    I’d comfortably say 10 players should leave, maybe more.
    If Rangnick is staying he needs to bring his own players in , or whoever the new manager is and the club needs to be totally reset and the commercial side of the club should be totally separate from the football club.

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