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BBC Pundit: Why this Manchester United youngster is the best young player in Britain


Former Wales international Dean Saunders says Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford has a bright future ahead of him.

The 18-year-old enjoyed a very successful campaign at Old Trafford and was called by England head coach Roy Hodgson for Euro 2016.

And speaking on BBC Sport post-match, Saunders said he could be one of the key players for England during the competition.

"The two players he [Roy Hodgson] put on are two of the best strikers in the best league in the world," the Welshman said.

"[Daniel] Sturridge and [Jamie] Vardy, who are on fire.

"Rashford's the best young player in Britain at the minute, and he's been able to bring him on as well."

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