Manchester United Football Club gave a huge chance to plenty of youngsters last term, with the majority of which really looking like they belonged at the highest level. Perhaps the biggest success story though, was Marcus Rashford, who made a huge impression at the Theatre of Dreams.
The young man scored four goals in his first two games at Old Trafford, netting a stunning brace against Arsenal. He then went on to become a mainstay in Manchester United’s side, and even forced his way into Roy Hodgson’s Euro 2016 squad.
Now he’s out in France and has played thirty minutes of football for the national team during the tournament. However, Manchester United are clearly concerned about that participation.
According to The Sun on Sunday, Manchester United are concerned that Rashford risks being burnt out if he doesn’t get enough rest this summer.
He is relatively new to the first-team fold, and his young body will struggle to cope with the rigours of playing twice a week over a prolonged period of time.
However, I’m sure Jose Mourinho will give him the adequate amount of rest on his return to Manchester, so it shouldn’t really be too much of a problem.