Marcus Rashford has not had the best season and there’s been a number of speculative stories about his future in recent months.
New manager Erik ten Hag will be tasked with getting the best out of Rashford unless United decide to cash in on the England international this summer.
But selling Rashford would be a shame. How has it come to this?
Hopefully with a better coaching set up next season, United fans will start to see the likes of Rashford raise their game again.
“I’d be very surprised if Ten Hag didn’t want to work with a player of Marcus Rashford’s obvious ability,” Chadwick told CaughtOffside.
“He had a really indifferent season this year, Ralf Rangnick hasn’t played him much and often seemed to make him the last option coming off the bench.
“But he’s come through the academy and he’s someone you want to see doing well. Up until now he has done very well. It’s a tricky one, but I perceive Ten Hag as wanting to work with a talent like Rashford, and backing himself to get the best out of him.
“Still, if they decide to sell, then I think he’s someone who could bring in a lot of money and who wouldn’t be short of suitors, with his age and what he’s achieved.”