A Manchester United legend believes a certain Red Devils should not worry about the arrival of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal.
England international Marcus Rashford is expected to get see his game time cut even less with the arrival of the Chilean, but former Old Trafford star Dwight Yorke thinks otherwise.
The former UEFA Champions League winner believes the English star should not worry about his future at the club and thinks having Sanchez training alongside him will improve him.
“No, not at all (you shouldn’t worry about Rashford),” Yorke told Sky Sports.
“We all know what Rashford can do, I wouldn’t worry about it too much. He still has a little bit of time.
“What it does do it does makes him think and realise that he has to continue to work harder to get into the team, that can only be a good thing.
“When you have quality players coming to the football club you want to try and improve these players.
“These players, although they’re working hard already, they will work even further when they see the kind of quality they bring in.
“You see at Manchester United over the years have always brought in players that younger players can look up to.
“There’s no doubt that Rashford, Anthony Martial, even (Jesse) Lingard will also learn from Sanchez.
"Not just with his work ethic but what it takes to be a top player on a consistent basis, which Sanchez has been able to produce since he arrived in this country.”
Rashford has made 35 appearances for the English giants this season, scoring nine and assisting in eight more.
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