The 19-year-old youngster showered the veteran Ibrahimovic after it was confirmed that his days at the Old Trafford has come to an end.


The young sensational believes that the Swedish striker of Manchester United Ibrahimovic is irreplaceable; he believes that he and another attacker of Manchester United will be benefited for long after spending this season with him.

This season he will make further other appearances for the Manchester United side as he has picked up a crucial injury in their Europa league match against the Anderlecht.

There is rumors are lurking in the air that the Swedish striker will join the MSL league and he will not pen another deal with the Manchester United side.

On this Rashford said: “You will see the benefits in years to come,”

“What I have learned from him is irreplaceable.”

“His influence on the younger players, especially, is fantastic. We want that to continue because he is making us into better players.

"Now, when I go to the left or right, I see it differently to how I pictured it last season. They are things I didn’t have naturally inside me. I didn’t feel uncomfortable in the wide role, but when something is different it takes a while to get used to it. For me, the development has been going great all the way through.

"Next season I think I will have come across most situations that are going to occur.”

This season at the beginning the English youngster Rashford suffered a goal drought in front of the post until he scored against the Sunderland side, and also believes his new role will allow him to follow the footsteps of some of the world’s best.

Rashford said: “You look at all the strikers in the world now, I can only think of two, three who are No 9s – Harry Kane, Robert Lewandowski, Luis Suarez,”

“Sergio Aguero? You could play him deeper as a No 10.

"The qualities a striker needs now are different to what they used to be. When you look in the first team here and there are players who have won 15, 20 trophies, you want to try and live up to that and even exceed what they have done.”