Manchester United’s two-week hiatus is almost over, with the international break coming to a close in just a few days. The Red Devils come back with a huge bang in the Manchester derby against Josep Guardiola’s City side, and what a game we have in prospect.
Before that, though, there are a few more international fixtures to take place, and one man who is in action is Marcus Rashford, who’ll be playing for England’s U21 side.
Whilst it’s still baffling as to how he didn’t make the senior side, it’s now up to the 18-year-old forward to keep focused on the task at hand, and tomorrow they’ll take on Norway in a qualifier.
Today the young Mancunian was pictured with his U21 teammates as they were getting put through their paces by manager Gareth Southgate ahead of the game, you can see the photos below.
Check out the photos here:
— The Manutd Pics (@the_manutd_pics) September 5, 2016
Rashford playing for the youth side may be a blessing in disguise. He hasn’t really featured all too much for United except from off of the bench this season, and the minutes will certainly do his body the world of good.