“We wanted to sign him before we finally signed Haaland. He is a top player and will always be my favorite United Player”-Pep Guardiola has privately admitted only one Manchester United player is good enough to play regularly for Manchester City – Reports

According to reports from Transfer News Live, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has purportedly acknowledged that Marcus Rashford is the sole Manchester United player capable of securing a spot in his team. Guardiola, known for his astute judgment, holds a deep admiration for the Red Devils’ standout and believes he could have been a part of his treble-winning squad.

Marcus Rashford, a product of Manchester United’s youth academy, has cemented his status as a pivotal figure for his childhood club. Additionally, he has earned 59 caps for England, registering 17 goals for the Three Lions.

While Rashford has undeniably made significant contributions to Manchester United, there have been lingering doubts about his consistency. Despite occasional brilliance, the 26-year-old has struggled to sustain peak performance levels on a consistent basis throughout his career.

Last season witnessed Rashford’s zenith as he netted 30 goals and provided 11 assists in 56 appearances across various competitions. However, his form has waned this season for Manchester United, with just five goals and six assists in 31 games.

Manchester City, on the other hand, boast arguably the strongest squad in the world and clinched the treble last season. While their attacking prowess is unmatched, Rashford’s versatile skill set could have potentially added depth to their formidable lineup had he been plying his trade on the blue side of Manchester.

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