Rashford: teammate Man Utd has the identical ‘mindset’ as Zlatan

Marcus Rashford has advised that Bruno Fernandes and Zlatan Ibrahimovic have the identical winning mentality forward of Thursday’s conflict with AC Milan.

Ibrahimovic joined Manchester United in 2016 on a free switch after he left PSG. By this point, he had gained league titles in Italy, Spain and the Netherlands with AC Milan, Inter Milan, Juventus, Barcelona and Ajax.

The Swedish striker had been acknowledged as one of many world’s most deadly markers earlier than shifting to Old Trafford.


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Ibrahimovic shone for the Red Devils in just over a year in England. He scored 29 occasions from 53 outings as he helped United win the Europa League and the EFL Cup.

The 39-year-old left in 2018 to join LA Galaxy within the MLS and has since rejoined AC Milan.

Fernandes joined Manchester United in January 2020 for a charge that would finally rise to £ 67m. The former Sporting Lisbon forward has been good since his move to the Premier League.

The Portuguese international player has 35 goals and 21 assists United by just 65 appearances. He has been concerned in 36 goals from 43 video games thus far this season.

Man United is predicted to be reunited with Ibrahimovic, the AC Milan star, on Thursday evening. After being unavailable for the primary leg, he’s match to return for the second leg. All to play for within the draw is back after they drew 1-1 at Old Trafford.

Rashford said talkSPORT that United should start winning trophies once more:

“Yeah, you possibly can say that. Mentally, they each are so robust and they wish to win video games.

“That is the ambiance and tradition at this membership, so we have to start doing it now; we have to start winning trophies and take steps in that route.

“Tomorrow’s sport is a chance for us to take one step forward.

“The goal for us is to win. When, sadly, we have been kicked out of the Champions League, the main focus was on winning the Europa League.

“Something lower than that and I do know the team, the manager, the employees are usually not going to be happy with that. We will do our best to win this competition. ”

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