Manchester United is one of the English clubs that has the best wingers in the EPL. One of them is Rashford who developed well in their academy and went on to break into the first team back in 2015. Since then he has been one of the wingers who have been giving top defenders a headache.
In 2020, he ended up as the top scorer for Manchester United where ended up with 17 goals. He helped United to get back on track during the 2019/2020 season where they finish third in the table. His top performance in the recent years has proved he is one of the best wingers.
Next season, he is prepared to bounce back to his best after struggling last season with injuries. However, he is going to face a tough competition from one of his teammates Jadon Sancho who joined United last season.
Sancho is known to be one of the best winger in the world after proving himself in the Bundesliga under the Black and Yellows shirt. In that League, he was one of the player who used to record most assist. In 2020, he beat top players like Lionel Messi when it comes to recording the most assist.
Last season he struggled to impress after being given minimum playing time by Ole Gunnar. He spend most time starting from the bench. Next season, after the arrival of Ten Hag, he might get more playing time something which might make him to get back to his best just like he used to be in the Bundesliga.
This now means that Jadon Sancho might give Marcus Rashford a tough competition next season under Eric Ten Hag
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