MARCUS RASHFORD is considering his future at Manchester United, according to reports.
The 24-year-old has struggled to find any kind of form in recent months and was ineffective after coming off the bench in the Red Devils' 4-1 defeat to Manchester City on Sunday.
According to The Guardian, he is becoming increasingly frustrated by his lack of game time under interim boss Ralf Rangnick.
And while he hopes the opportunities at Old Trafford will improve, the England international is thought to be seriously weighing up the idea of leaving his boyhood club.
Rashford missed the opening two months of the campaign following shoulder surgery.
He then returned to the first team in October and scored on his return in a 4-2 defeat against Leicester.
But since then he has managed just three goals in 17 league appearances.
And he has only started two of Man Utd's last 11 Prem games, largely having to settle for a place on the bench.
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On Sunday, Rangnick opted to select youngster Anthony Elanga ahead of Rashford for the Manchester Derby.
Midfielders Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes were also used in advanced positions over the England international.
The German coach is unlikely to be in charge past the end of the season, so it is now up to Rashford whether he feels he can become a first team regular again under the incoming manager.
He is hoping the club can provide some clarity on the managerial situation.
Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag are two men being touted as potential candidates to take over.
Meanwhile, Rashford's Man Utd contract runs until 2023 – with the club reportedly holding the option of an additional year.
And there are no guarantees United would accept Rashford's decision to leave.
He broke through into the first team as a teenager under Louis van Gaal.
And since then he has gone on to score 93 goals in 295 appearances.
Man Utd currently sit fifth in the Premier League table, one point behind fourth place Arsenal having played three more games.
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