It’s three months since Marcus Rashford’s last Premier League goal.
But you can’t really blame the future Ballon d’Or winner. It’s hard to find the back of the net consistently when you’re playing as a false right-back.
What he needs is a holiday. So we’ve found seven clubs that would be perfect for an invigorating break, all with food and drink included.
Best football in Europe? Tick. Raving mental fans who worship your every move? Tick tick. Some of the best schemers in world football putting the ball on a plate for you? Tick tick tick.
Playing under Maurizio Sarri and alongside Jorginho, Marek Hamsik, Dries Mertens and Lorenzo Insigne in Naples would be a spectacle.
Babies named Marcus will go through the roof when Rashford’s goals lead Napoli to another Serie A title.
Rashford isn’t going to be displacing Gonzalo Higuain or Paulo Dybala at Juventus any time soon.
But Inter are going to have money to spend and a striker-shaped hole to fill if/when Mauro Icardi moves to Real Madrid.
Following in the footsteps of Ronaldo, Christian Vieri and co must be a little bit tempting.
A little birdie told us Rashford’s favourite colour is yellow.
Okay, that’s a complete lie, but Dormund need someone to help break Bayern Munich’s domination in Germany.
Plus, Dortmund’s strikers tend to go on to bigger and better things. Well, either that or you get called Boomerang on Arsenal Fan TV.
It’s only a matter of time until Leipzig win the Champions League.
In eight years they’ve gone from non-existent to best of the rest in the Bundesliga so, by our calculations, they’ll be European Champions in another two.
Don’t miss the ride, Marcus.
Rashford wouldn’t currently get into Real Madrid or Barcelona’s starting XIs, while Diego Costa’s skulduggery means he won’t be budged at Atletico Madrid.
It makes sense, then, to go for the next best thing- Valencia.
Los Ches managed to get Simone Zaza and Francis Coquelin scoring, so Rashford would be in with a European Golden Boot shout if he moved to the Mestalla.
Rashford’s CV is slightly lacking when it comes to silverware.
But a move to Sevilla would automatically stick two Europa League medals in his trophy cabinet.
He would have to put up with Jesus Navas’ crossing though.
Rashford would have to undergo a thorough ear test before moving to Besiktas to make sure he didn’t befall the same fate as Timo Werner.
But if his ears could handle it a move to Turkey would be just what the (ear) doctor ordered.
A front three of Ryan Babel, Ricardo Quaresma and Rashford would tear the Turkish league apart and occasional cause an upset in the Champions League.
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