Man Utd news: Marcus Rashford OPEN to Real Madrid switch if one thing happens

“He has to affect the game, whether that be with deliveries, whether that be linking up with the forward, whether that be running in behind,” Ashton said on talkSPORT.

“I just don’t feel as if he has been that good to earn the spot and be a regular for Manchester United yet.

“But that’s not a huge problem, he’s been playing for England and playing really well.

“It looks like he’s still enjoying his football, he is undoubtedly going to learn a lot from Jose Mourinho because he is a top-quality coach.