Ex-Chelsea star Tony Cascarino reckons Marcus Rashford has the potential to become as “valuable” as Paris Saint Germain’s Kylian Mbappe
The 21-year-old striker appears to be enjoying a new lease of life at Manchester United following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s arrival as interim coach.
After Sunday’s match-winner in United’s 1-0 win at Spurs, Rashford has now found the net four times in his last six games in his favoured position as a centre-forward.
Due to this, Cascarino believes that Rashford could end up being considered an equal of Mbappe’s should he continue this fine run of form.
“Marcus Rashford was terrific [against Tottenham],” Cascarino wrote on The Times.
“After the FA Cup final in May, Jose Mourinho said he lacked presence – he doesn’t know.
“With the pace and threat, he possesses he could become as valuable as Kylian Mbappe.”
Rashford has managed eight goals and six assists in 26 appearances for United across all competitions this season.
The Red Devils will next face Brighton at Old Trafford this Saturday in another Premier League match.