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Marcus Rashford to Arsenal transfer decided as Edu told to make sensational Man United move writers have their say on whether Marcus Rashford should leave Manchester United and join Arsenal



by Tom Doyle, Lee Wilmot, Sam Truelove, Joe Doyle, Amie Wilson, Tom Canton, Tom Coley, Matthew Abbott

13:05, 2 Jul 2024Updated13:09, 2 Jul 2024

Marcus Rashford and Bukayo Saka battle for the ball during Arsenal vs Manchester United last season (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

Marcus Rashford and Bukayo Saka battle for the ball during Arsenal vs Manchester United last season (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford could depart Old Trafford this summer and Arsenal may be one of the clubs interested in signing the winger.



Man United have not dismissed the possibility of allowing Rashford to leave after his relationship deteriorated with manager Erik ten Hag last season, according to the MEN, and talks may be held next week with United players reporting for pre-season on Monday. The Gunners have shown interest in the 26-year-old previously and could be inclined to make a move before August 30.
 understands Arsenal are keen to improve the squad this window ahead of a third successive Premier League title challenge. A central midfielder remains the priority but Edu and Mikel Arteta are interested in signing a forward, too.


Rashford signed a new contract at Man United last summer, a deal until 2028 worth £325,000-per-week, so any move could be expensive and complicated. With that being said, writers have their say below on whether Arsenal should move to sign Rashford this summer. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!


Sam Truelove

Arsenal already have Gabriel Martinelli and Leandro Trossard capable of playing on the left wing, which is probably Marcus Rashford’s best position. The England international can play as a No.9 but isn’t as effective in that role. The Gunners already have Gabriel Jesus, Eddie Nketiah and Kai Havertz capable of playing in that striker role, anyway.


For me, I wouldn’t sign Rashford. I don’t think Arsenal need him. Yes, he’s a great player but his form is often patchy and is he a real upgrade on Martinelli or Trossard? On last season’s form I would say no.


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