Danny Murphy has urged Arsenal to sign Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford as he would add ‘quality’ to Mikel Arteta’s attack.
The 24-year-old is reportedly weighing up his future at United after falling down the pecking order at the club under interim boss .
Rashford has been linked with a number of clubs, including Arsenal, with .
Both and Eddie Nketiah are out of contract in the summer, and fresh terms are yet to have been agreed with the north London club.
If the opportunity to sign Rashford should arise, former Liverpool midfielder Murphy thinks Arsenal should go for it.
‘I think it’s highly unlikely, although if I was , I’d love to get through the door because he’d add quality to their front line, definitely,’ Murphy told talkSPORT.
‘, we know they’re going to have a new manager, and I would be absolutely gobsmacked if the manager coming in didn’t want to take Rashford and try and work with him because of the ability and talent he’s got.
‘Arsenal, 100 per cent, if they’ve got a chance, go and get him.
‘He’s shown for many years he’s capable of playing at the top level, international football and for Manchester United. So going to Arsenal is not going to faze him.
‘He’s a goal threat, and he would add great competition to that forward line because they haven’t got great strength in depth, Arsenal, it’s been one of their problems.
‘With Lacazette and Nketiah both looking like they’re going because they haven’t signed new deals, they’re going to need some bodies through the door.’
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