Manchester United myth Paul Scholes is of the view that the skilled Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a good hand to have on the team as a mentor to the younger lot and not as the club’s first-choice striker, a role he expects Marcus Rashford to fill while learning from the Swede. Ibrahimovic has gone six amusements without an objective for United this season, provoking examiners to depict the previous Swedish worldwide as a stopgap striker for the Red Devils.
‘He’s (Zlatan) a competitor and a fit fellow. He'll regard have around the place, for somebody like Marcus Rashford to gain from. On the off chance that at 36 years old he will be the primary striker, no I don't see that," Scholes has said. "At the point when this club was effective – when I was playing, when Michael Owen was playing – we generally had three or four splendid focus advances.
As exceptional as he has been over his profession, and as unique as he is currently, I don't think he ought to be the fundamental one. "I think Marcus can play that part, I think now Marcus ought to gain from (Zlatan) as much as he can.
Be that as it may, there must be a moment that Marcus says: "Right, I'm after your place. We're immediate adversaries for this position.'" "He's unquestionably a stopgap striker would he say he isn't? He's great yet we're talking Manchester United, you should be one of the best striker's on the planet to be the general striker here," ex-United striker Owen said while doing punditry for BT Sport.
"A tad bit like a couple seasons prior when Robin van Persie was just brought for the maybe a couple seasons while we possibly they can discover another person available or some youthful child can come through." In the mean time, Scholes proposed Antoine Griezmann as a striker Jose Mourinho ought to attempt to purchase in the exchange showcase.