Micah Richards says he feels sorry for Marcus Rashford at Manchester United and insists he’d be better off at Manchester City.
The England international has bagged 12 Premier League goals in 21 appearances this term as United have struggled to find consistency.
The Red Devils lost 3-1 at home to neighbours City in the semi-final of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night with Rashford scoring United’s only goal of the match.
That second-half strike gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men a slim chance of progressing with the second leg still to come at the Etihad Stadium.
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And Richards, who used to play for City, thinks Rashford would score at least 30 goals in Pep Guardiola’s side.
“I feel sorry for Rashford,” Richards told Sky Sports.
“At City he’s scoring 30-40 goals. With Martial and James, United look good on the counter. But sometimes the counter isn’t on.
“You need to be able to pick holes in teams and United can’t do that.
“You look at City’s midfield compared to United’s and that’s no disrespect to them. De Bruyne first thought is ‘let’s play a forward pass.’”