Manchester United travel to Goodison Park to face Everton. The Red Devils will be hoping to return to winning ways, and in the meantime, here's the latest from Old Trafford: According to Paul Scholes, Ten Hag should rest Antony and Jadon Sancho for the Everton game.
"When he’s got two wide lads who have got goals in them, I think the two wide lads that played today, Jadon Sancho and Antony, I know Antony scored on Sunday [against Manchester City], but I think Martial and Rashford look more dangerous," said the United legend on Antony and Sancho being dropped. On why Martial and Rashford should start, he argues: "I think they’ve got a little bit more about them. They can go either way, they’re quick; defenders will be frightened to death of them."
A few days ago, it was reported that Arsenal was interested in signing Manchester United's Marcus Rashford. The 24-year-old's contract at Old Trafford expires in June 2023; there has been no contract extension talk, and United have not exercised the one-year extension option in his contract. Some believe that United would not risk allowing the academy graduate to leave. Stan Collymore suggests that United may need Rashford to sign a new contract, but that they should instead cash in on him after that.
Collymore argues, "If it were up to me, I would let him go and take the money for him, and it would be good money too," Collymore added. "You’re easily going to be talking £60 million, maybe more. I think that scenario would be good for United, good for Arsenal, and good for the player himself."
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