Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has said that Marcus Rashford is at the perfect club to succeed as a footballer and does not need to leave.
Giggs says he finds the speculation currently surrounding the 20-year-old baffling.
And after the international break, Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher sked that Rashford to look for a move out of the club.
“Lukaku is in front of Rashford and I don't see him displacing Lukaku as long as he is there,” he told Sky Sports.
“But remember when Lukaku was at Chelsea and he had to come away and go to Everton. Then he ended up as top scorer and got his move to Man Utd.
“Possibly Everton is the sort of club you are looking at, just below the top six, for someone like Rashford, similar to what Lukaku did.”
But Giggs, who is United’s most decorated player, says he really does not understand all of the speculation surrounding Rashford.
“He's a Manchester United player, he's from Manchester and he plays a lot of games so I don't see why there is speculation,” he told the Manchester Evening News.
“He scored a couple of goals for England, but that doesn't mean anything.
“He's at the right club, United have a rich history of playing young players, so I'm not sure why all these people are debating whether he should leave.”
Giggs, who was still at the club when the youngster burst onto the scene in 2016, says Rashford is a great person to have around and is a player that fans look forward to watching.
“I’m a United fan and Marcus is someone who I love going and watching,” he added.
“I was at the club when he first got his debut and not only is he a great player but he's also a great character as well.”
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