DEVASTATING NEWS; ” it’s been tough for me no one knows what I’m passing through only the coach and my teammates, my career is at stake i have to leave United and find myself back.” Marcus Rashford ‘will do whatever it takes to leave Manchester United for Barcelona according to Fabrizio Romano La Liga side are hoping to sign him on loan in January.

According to Spanish reports, Marcus Rashford "will do whatever it takes" to leave Manchester United for Barcelona. The La Liga team reportedly hopes to sign him on a loan in January.


Rashford, who scored thirty goals the previous season, is having a terrible season thus far. In 21 games across all competitions, he has scored just one goal from open play.

Erik ten Hag has started Rashford on the bench for the last three games despite the 26-year-old signing a new long-term contract in the summer that places him among Old Trafford’s highest earners.

Rashford is reportedly eager to leave United “as soon as possible,” especially following the team’s Champions League elimination, according to El Nacional, which is based on the worrying decline in the England international’s play that has fueled rumours that he and Ten Hag have fallen out.

According to the Catalan publication, Rashford is “clear” about which team “most seduces him,” and Barcelona President Joan Laporta is said to have received a call from the player’s agent urging a move.

Barcelona’s inability to pay for a permanent transfer would be a barrier for Rashford, though, forcing United to accept a loan agreement—which is unlikely given their current attack’s lack of quality and depth.

Rashford hopes to get back to playing for Barcelona.
Barcelona has long held admiration for Rashford, and the England international is said to feel the same way, viewing the La Liga winners as a place where he can both solve the club’s current issues and regain his confidence.

Barca has fallen to third place in La Liga, six points behind leaders Girona, who also have a match coming up. Xavi has been battling injuries to important players and Robert Lewandowski’s decline in performance.

In the hopes that a possible loan could also include a buy option, Rashford is said to be prepared to “do whatever it takes” to “land at Barcelona,” with United currently sitting seventh in the Premier League and not immediately challenging for any major trophies.

The report ends, though, by saying that Ten Hag finds it “difficult” to “open the doors” to his departure. For this reason, even if Barca is indeed interested in Rashford, a January transfer to the Spanish team seems improbable.

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