Where could Marcus Rashford go next? Manchester United star ‘wants out’ of Old Trafford this summer

Here are the bookies odds for Manchester United star Marcus Rashford’s next club.

Marcus Rashford has been heavily linked with a move away from Manchester United over the past week, with transfer guru Fabrizio Romano reporting yesterday that the England forward is considering his future with the club.

Rashford has been struggling for playing time and has failed to impress this season, scoring only four goals in the Premier League thus far.

The 24-year-old has found himself falling down the pecking order, with the likes of Jadon Sancho and Anthony Elanga both preferred in the starting line-up.

Rashford has been with the Red Devils since he was eight years old and hasn’t even been away on loan from Old Trafford, and his future destination, should he leave, remains a mystery.

Here are Rashford’s potential new clubs...

Newcastle United - 4/1

Newcastle United have been rebuilding their squad following last year’s takeover and it wouldn’t be surprising to see them pursue a deal for Marcus Rashford if he is to leave.

The Magpies have impressed since the turn of the year and have powered their way out of the relegation zone - Rashford could be an ideal marquee signing for the club should they remain in the Premier League.

Tottenham Hotspur - 6/1

Tottenham are also among the favourites to sign Marcus Rashford, however it seems unlikely given the recent signing of Dejan Kulusevski.

However, if Harry Kane is to finally depart the London club then he could pave the way for Rashford’s arrival.

Inter Milan - 8/1

Inter Milan already lost their main main Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea last summer and could now see Lautaro Martinez depart as well, leaving the Serie A giants short of strikers.

Could Rashford be willing to make the move to Italy, like his England teammate Tammy Abraham has done by joining Jose Mourinho’s Roma?

Barcelona - 10/1

Barcelona seem to be snapping up a number of Premier League stars recently and could be interested in bringing Rashford in to join the likes of Adama Traore, Ferran Torres and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

While a move to Spain may be tempting, it would certainly be a challenge for Barca to afford Rashford, given their current financial issues.