Manchester United youngster, Marcus Rashford, was not just impressing on the pitch over the weekend – after sealing a dramatic three points for Mourinho’s men against a stubborn Hull City. The striker was also doing what all 18-year-olds wish they could, taking the best possible care of their family ?.
With the Englishman’s salary rising to £25,000, the young lad has decided to fork out on a £5000-a-week flat for his family, whilst he is reportedly in the process of purchasing them a £800,000 house…what a son.
Doesn’t look a bad place to crash on the suburbs of Manchester. The top room in the middle is reserved for Louis van Gaal, after the ex-United boss put the teenager on the map. God knows what will happen in there between the Dutchman and his wife after *that* Fellaini and Huth interview ?.
Mum, Melanie, could have a better view watching her boy play from here, than the pissing rain at Hull. Melanie has reportedly said that the single sofa is a permanent fixture for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, with the caring mother rumoured to have said:
“He’ll get a numb bum sitting on that bench for so long. Therefore, he may as well come inside, in the warm, and put the kettle on.”
This was the kitchen before Sam Allardyce announced the England squad, apparently only three chairs remain after the family heard of Rashford’s omission.
He’s a bloody good lad though, isn’t he?! Marcus has even managed to make room for number one cheerleader, Woy Hodgson. Looks a good a place to hibernate for the ex-Lions boss after the summer.
The young teenager was unlucky to miss out on a place in Sam Allardyce’s recent England squad. Perhaps he was not helped by new manager, Jose Mourinho’s, comments last week.
“I would prefer him to go to the Under-21s and play what Southgate decides, but I believe 90 or 80 minutes, a big part of matches, and contribute to his development.”
We see where Jose is coming from – in terms of game time – but with Rashford’s lively introduction at the weekend, and how he conducted himself at Euro 2016, the young Manchurian warrants a place in the senior side.
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With Anthony Martial’s slightly underwhelming start to the season, it seems only a matter of time before the striker will get the nod over the Frenchman, it could even come in the upcoming Manchester derby.
There is no doubt that he is a star man for family and WILL BE for both club and country.
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