Jose Mourinho is reportedly concerned about the stress Marcus Rashford will go through during his international break with his country.
The Manchester United youngster has already made 17 appearances for his side in all competitions this term so far, and he will be participating fully in England’s upcoming friendly games Vs Germany and Brazil.
And The Daily Mail made it known that Man United boss Jose Mourinho is not feeling too comfortable with the numerous load placed on his players during this current break, and that he is more concerned about Marcus who is likely to participate all through the two games due to the few strikers in Gareth Southgate’s team.
Mourinho is also said to be fully aware that some other top English sides including Liverpool, Man City and Spurs have already withdrawn players. The likes of Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph won’t be participating in the friendlies, and Harry Kane with Dele Alli have already pulled out of the party.
The three remaining strikers in the squad are Tammy Abraham (playing with Swansea City on loan from Chelsea), Marcus Rashford and Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy.
Man United lost 1-0 to Chelsea on Sunday at Stamford Bridge and will be hosting Newcastle United at Old Trafford immediately the international break is over.