Manchester United star Marcus Rashford compared with Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe

Rashford, who scored his 12th goal of the season during United&aposs 3-0 win over Bournemouth on Tuesday evening at Old Trafford, has been resurrected by Reds boss Erik ten Hag this season, becoming a stalwart figure in his plans. He has discovered the best form of his career, meaning last season&aposs struggles are now nothing more than a distant memory.

The 25-year-old, who scored three times for England at the World Cup in Qatar, has racked up 16 direct goal contributions in 23 appearances, all while producing performances that have been both impressive and impactful. Ten Hag has frequently waxed lyrical about his ability and potential, recently comparing him to Mbappe.

And for former Reds ace Saha, who played for the club between 2004 and 2008, there is no reason why Rashford cannot reach a level similar to that of Mbappe, as well as Haaland, who have cemented themselves as seasoned goalscoring sensations in recent seasons.

“He&aposs a player who can score 30-40 goals a season,” Saha told compare.bet. “There&aposs no doubt about it.

“He can do it all and why can&apost Marcus Rashford do as much or even more than Haaland or Mbappe? Those two guys have great pace and awareness that very few players have.

“They&aposre so good at getting in the right areas and scoring different sorts of goals, which is what Marcus is starting to do.”

Rashford has picked up the goalscoring baton for United from Cristiano Ronaldo this season. Ronaldo was the Reds&apos main source of goals last term, notching 24 in total.

The former United striker added: “If he remains fit, remains confident, he is unstoppable. He can achieve everything.

“I haven&apost seen a talent at United this good since Cristiano Ronaldo. He just needs that aggression and that belief that set aside players like [Lionel] Messi and Cristiano from the rest.”

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