Marcus Rashford has been on a rich vein of form for Man United ever since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken charge of the club.

The England international was mostly used on the wings by Jose Mourinho but the caretaker boss has chosen to play Marcus Rashford down the middle and this has unlocked a series of potential in the forward.

The academy lad is a guaranteed starter under Solskajer right now and even though he sat out the Fulham game, one can expect to see him back in action vs PSG.

And now speaking about his teammate, Ander Herrera has revealed that even though there are players like Raheem Sterling and Eden Hazard, Marcus Rashford is different from the lot.

Here’s why:

“He’s different,

“We know at that moment there are some fantastic wings in modern football: [Ousmane] Dembele, we have also [Raheem] Sterling who is a fantastic player, Anthony Martial, Eden Hazard… but I think Marcus is different.

“Marcus can shoot, Marcus can do one-against-one but he has also the quality to combine and to not lose the ball for the team.

“I couldn’t say one player that reminds me of Marcus Rashford.

“I think he is already a top, top, top player but I think he will even improve with time in [his] decision-making and he will be unstoppable.”

Marcus Rashford will undoubtedly play as the frontman for Solskjaer when Man United take on PSG on Tuesday.

And with the kind of form that he is right now, we would not put our bets against him scoring on the night.

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