Arsenal tipped to land struggling Premier League star

Arsenal has been linked with a move for Marcus Rashford as he struggles at Manchester United this season.

Since the England international returned from a long-term injury, he has been a different player and has rarely made an impact at United in this campaign.

His poor form has cost him his place in the recent England squad and he might have to leave United to reignite his career.

Arsenal could be very short in attack, by the next transfer window if Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah leave the club on the expiry of their contracts.

That means the Gunners might have to sign more than one striker and Mirror Football claims Rashford is on their wishlist.

He has been a shadow of himself in this campaign, but that could be down to his environment and because he hardly contributes at United, they might be tempted to cash in on him.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Rashford has been one of the most recognisable players in the world for some time now.

The attacker has contributed to keeping United a top club and he might get back to form while working under Mikel Arteta at the Emirates.

If the Spanish manager decides he wants the striker on his team, Arsenal should move to sign him, but he will not come cheap.

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  1. Bring Rashford. He’s 10 times better than Isak. Bring him and Nunes. I will take him in place of Gakpo who should actually be one of our preferences if we can’t bring Nkunku

    1. He is a top player of a marquee forward, but seems to have lost his way.

      Can now only be taken on trust, better options are out there available especially with the price tag he is likely to carry

  2. I can see why someone would make this connection, he is the type of player that could fit into the way we play and has a decent level of experience but still at a good age to develop a certain way

    Feasible that he could leave United in the summer at an affordable price and could also help with the balance of home grown players in the squad, allowing the second striker that we go for not to be

    The stumbling block could be United’s Managerial situation but I think this particular “tip” might have legs

  3. This Rashford rumour is a puzzle, as he WAS a top player a year or so ago . But he has lost his way bigtime and I have to wonder why that is.

    IF, which will clearly not be possible , we could get him at very low cost AND low wages, he would be worth a go , assuming that the rumour has legs, which we cannot assume for sure though it still MAY have substance.

    But all matters considered and accepting that even if this rumour is true, we would be spending agreat deal on what is basically a gamble on Rashfords usefulness, I say it will NOT be happening and do not envisage us even trying seriously.

    We MAY however sound United out and then say no, given the cost involved.

    For the money United and MR would want, there are better options out there ,IMO.

  4. Auba was struggling big time at Arsenal but thriving in Barcelona. Rashford would fit in our style of play, go for him if the price is a bit low.

    Let’s not forget his contract ends next year.

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