Marcus Rashford 'selling car he crashed in for staggeringly low price' ahead of Man Utd clash with Luton

Marcus Rashford 'selling car he crashed in for staggeringly low price' ahead of Man Utd clash with Luton

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Jack Otway

By Jack Otway

Published: 17/02/2024

- 11:07

The 26-year-old is expected to be involved in Sunday's Premier League clash

Earlier this season, Marcus Rashford crashed his Rolls-Royce following a match between Manchester United and Burnley.

And reports say the England international is now selling the vehicle for a low fee via an auction site.

United beat Burnley 1-0 back in September, with Bruno Fernandes scoring the only goal of the game to give his side all three points.

After the contest, however, Rashford crashed his car on the way home from the club's Carrington training complex - with the 26-year-old's vehicle suffering damage to the front, left front wing, rear left wheel and bumper.

Marcus Rashford car crash

Marcus Rashford crashed his car after Man Utd beat Burnley back in September


Now, according to The Sun, Rashford has put the car in question up for auction.

The Rolls-Royce he was driving in is normally valued at around £700,000. Yet the forward clearly has no interest in making his money back and is prepared to take the hit in order to get rid of it.

Interested parties are currently able to bid on the car and Rashford has received 11 offers so far.

The highest is at £152,500, which is still drastically lower than what the Rolls-Royce is actually worth.

The report says experts believe the car will need at least £100,000 worth of repairs to get it road worthy again following the crash last year.

The car reportedly has just 1,135 miles on the clock and possesses a full 'Mansory' kit which 'adds significantly to the value'.

It's claimed Rashford currently owns three Rolls-Royces, along with a £280,000 McLaren 765 Long Tail and a £350,000 Lamborghini Urus Performante.

He has been spotted picking up numerous parking tickets over the past few months after parking on double yellow lines.

Rashford has endured a difficult season at United.

He impressed last term with 30 goals across all competitions but has struggled to achieve the same consistency during the current campaign.

Rashford has, however, appeared to have turned a corner over the past few weeks.

His improvement has coincided with United's own, with the Red Devils firmly in the hunt for Champions League football following their 2-1 victory over Aston Villa last weekend.

Rashford raised eyebrows when he went clubbing in Northern Ireland before reporting ill to training.

He was fined two weeks' wages and missed United's 4-2 FA Cup victory over Newport County, despite offering to play.

And Gary Pallister believes Erik ten Hag handled the situation correctly, while also claiming Sir Alex Ferguson would have done the same.


Marcus Rashford Man Utd

Marcus Rashford has improved in recent weeks with Man Utd fighting to secure Champions League qualification


"The gaffer left Beckham out for a game against Leeds because he went to London," Pallister told The Winners Enclosure.

"He wasn’t out drinking but he didn’t like players travelling long distances before games as he thought that would tire them out.

"Becks had done that, there wasn’t any drink involved but he left him out of the team; so i think that’s the way the gaffer dealt with it back then.

"Football changes, but from our rules he didn’t break the rules of going out because it was three nights before the game; but if you do that you can’t not turn up for training and that’s the mistake Marcus made.

"I thought the punishment of a fine and leaving him out of that next game was enough. It’s been dealt with by Erik ten Hag and the team.

Marcus Rashford Man Utd

Marcus Rashford is expected to be involved when Man Utd face Luton on Sunday


"It’s a bit of a storm in a teacup, I guess it’s on the back of his slow start to the season; so he’s up there to be shot at really."

Rashford is expected to start when United face Luton on Sunday.

They beat the same opponents 1-0 at Old Trafford earlier in the season, with Victor Lindelof netting the only goal of the game.

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