Three changes Manchester United should make after the international break
Manchester United Football Club have made an assured start to life under Jose Mourinho. Their new manager has made it three wins out of three in the Premier League, and they sit on top of the Premier League table alongside both Manchester City and Chelsea. Obviously, tougher tasks are yet to come, and there are a few changes the Red Devils can make to further improve the side.
Starting Marcus Rashford
The young man from Wythenshawe is one hell of a talent. At just eighteen years old, he made his debut last season thanks to an injury picked up by Anthony Martial. On that day he scored two goals against FC Midtjylland, and backed that up a few days later with a stunning brace against Arsenal.
Since then, Rashford just hasn’t looked back. He has scored plenty of goals including a solo stunner in the derby, and within minutes of his full England debut he also found the back of the net.
This season has been different for the striker as he has had to bide his time on the bench. He came on as a second-half substitute against Hull City and shown Mourinho exactly what has been missing. He has pace to burn, a deadly finish and an all-round menace for opposing defences.
Starting with the Manchester derby this weekend, Jose Mourinho simply cannot ignore Marcus Rashford any longer and has to fit him into his starting eleven.
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