- Marcus Rashford arrived Manchester United training with his new Mercedes
- Rashford has not played any game for Manchester United since he got injured last year December
- United signed Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo in January this year as his replacement
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Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has once again proven that his love for expensive cars knows no bound after being spotted arriving training with his new custom Mercedes.
Marcus Rashford new custom Mercedes-AMG G63 is worth £150,000 and the price is nothing to a player who is collecting almost double that amount every week at Old Trafford.
The 4.0-liter V-8 engine in Marcus Rashford's new wheels brings with it a staggering 577 horsepower.
Rashford recently recuperated fully from injury which has kept him out of action for Manchester United since December last year.
And during his time off, Manchester United stormed the transfer market where they bought Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo this year's January.
Odion Ighalo proved himself at Old Trafford beyond a reasonable doubt that he is one of the best strikers in the world by scoring four goals for the Red Devils in eight games.
Now that Marcus Rashford has returned to training, there have been talks on what Manchester United should do on the future of Odion Ighalo.
Ighalo's parent club Shanghai Shenhua have been calling for the return of the former Watford man as they are ready to make him highest paid at the club.
But Jude wants to finish the season with Manchester United even though no one knows when the Premier League will resume.
Earlier, YEN had reported how Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping Shanghai Shenhua can allow Nigerian star Odion Ighalo finished the good works he started at Old Trafford earlier this year.
The 30-year-old forward joined the Red Devils on the last day of the January transfer window on a short term loan deal and has already scored four goals and one assist in eight matches.
His arrival was necessitated as a back up for injured Marcus Rashford who suffered a backache problem during their slim victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the first month of the year.
However, the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic will mean Ighalo cannot finish the season in England as his deal with the Premier League club is expiring soon.
And with United reluctant on making his deal permanent, the Chinese club wants their player back ahead of the league resumption in July.
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