The Manchester United star is looking forward to a ‘fresh start’ after a nightmare year as historic MCG battle looms

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is looking at a ‘fresh start’ at the club following a ghastliness a year saw him unloaded from the England national team.

The Red Devils will play their most memorable game in Melbourne beginning around 1999 when they clash with Melbourne Victory at the MCG on Friday night.

An English blockbuster likewise anticipates the Old Trafford club with a match against Crystal Palace likewise set to be held at the ‘G on Tuesday.

In excess of 150,000 tickets have been sold for the two matches at ostensibly Australia’s most notable sporting venue.

Joined got their pre-season visit through Thailand and Australia looking dream so far with a persuading 4-0 win over rivals Liverpool in Bangkok this week.

Yet, with the Premier League starting off in under a month, Rashford talked about the significance of getting it right in pre-season.

“It’s a major club that we play for and we’re supposed to win, as we ought to do,” Rashford told media.

“We do this difficult work now and attempt and dominate as many matches as we can in pre-season, and afterward with regards to the principal round of the time we’re prepared to give everything.

“It’s rare we get the chance to play against players and teams from Australia.

“It’s dependably intense reason it’s startling as far as we’re concerned, so we need to move toward the game with the ideal attitude, the right outlook.”

The England international is targeting a “fresh start” for himself with the club on the back of a nightmare 12 months where he scored only five club objectives and was unloaded from the English national team.

That permitted him to partake in a full pre-season as he looks to compel his direction into his new director’s arrangements – and ideally procure a spot in the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

“I believe it’s the first year where I’ve been with the team all along and to be straightforward I as of now feel improved than generally when you go (to play) internationals and you return mid-way through the pre-season,” he added.

“I must get a fresh start and I’ve been offered that chance.”

Secret actually encompasses the accessibility of football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo after he supposedly requested an transfer away from the club.

However, new Manchester United director Erik ten Hag has remained by his remarks from recently, that the striker was staying put.

“We said something and nothing has changed,” ten Hag said.

“This pre-season, with football you play to win. In the end it’s dependably significant, winning.

“Of course this pre-season we have to develop our team. We have a strong squad.”

Manchester United coach Erik ten Hag has said that captain Harry Maguire will be accessible for Friday’s match against Melbourne Victory.

The England international missed the 4-0 thrashing of rivals Liverpool after a knock in training.

Raphael Varane, Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly and Alex Telles all got an opportunity to dazzle in central defence in Maguire’s absence.

Ten Hag has said that the England defender ought to be accessible to play something like 45 minutes before stuffed arena at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

“He is tomorrow accessible,” said Ten Hag on Thursday, whose side will likewise confront Crystal Palace and Aston Villa in Australia.

“We will perceive (how long for). I figure he can play a portion of a game.”