Arsenal ‘eye shock move for Marcus Rashford’ as Man Utd transfer plan revealed

Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Manchester United star Marcus Rashford.

Last week, Rashford made unwanted headlines after it was reported that the Englishman missed training after reporting ill.

However, he was pictured on a night out in Belfast, Northern Ireland, the night before missing training.

Rashford ended up being left out of United’s squad for their FA Cup victory over Newport County.

After manager Erik ten Hag stated that the matter would be dealt with internally, it was claimed that Rashford had been fined.

Now, it has been reported that Arsenal could move for Rashford in the summer.

According toFootball Insider, the Gunners could move for Rashford after setting aside £45 million to sign him back in the summer of 2022.

With fresh doubts over Rashford’s future at Old Trafford, the Gunners will be in prime position to reignite their interest.

Speaking ahead of United’s Premier League clash against Wolverhampton Wanderers,Ten Hagsaid: “He has taken responsibility and the rest is an internal matter. Case closed.

“The statement is clear and we have to focus on winning football games, in football, you need discipline – that is on the pitch but also off the pitch.”

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He continued: “There is a line between, when every player, every professional knows this, what is required. We have to focus on winning football games, that’s what matters and every top professional knows what is required.”

Former United defender Gary Neville said: “I would say, go out and have your moment where you relax with your friends, but your timing has to be right.

“Marcus himself knows – he’s an experienced player now, we’re not talking about a young lad – but he’s done it a couple of times in the last few months.”

He added: “I’ve always seen Marcus as being really responsible, a good professional and someone who works hard every single day.”

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