Manchester United legend-turned-pundit Gary Neville believes Marcus Rashford should remain patient at Old Trafford despite his reduced gametime under current boss Jose Mourinho. Rashford was the star of the show for England during the international break where he scored against both Spain and Switzerland and this brought about concerns why he cannot command a regular starting role in the Premier League.
Based on his Three Lions form, Mourinho may have been tempted to feature Rashford from the off against Watford but that won’t be case after the forward picked up a straight red card during the previous league game against Burnley. As such, Rashford won’t be able to feature in the next three domestic matches and his gametime may come vastly in the Champions League whereby Mourinho may fancy experience over youth.
United have made a sub-par start to the new season with just six points accumulated from the opening four matches but they have the opportunity to put things right by building a winning run. The Red Devils are scheduled to face Watford on the road this weekend and the game certainly promises excitement with the Hornets having sparkled during the opening phase of the season. Watford are currently on 12 points and are only behind leaders Liverpool on goal difference.