Marcus Rashford is considering his future at Manchester United after failing to hold down a regular spot in the starting lineup, 90min can confirm.

Rashford has made 18 Premier League appearances this term, but only nine of those have been starts and just two have come in 2022.

He had been expected to start Sunday's Manchester derby in the absence of both Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani, given United had no other senior strikers available to them, but interim boss Ralf Rangnick opted to use Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba as two false-nines instead.

Sources have confirmed to 90min that Rashford has become increasingly frustrated under Rangnick and fears that the German, whose influence at the club will continue in a consultancy role after his temporary spell in the dugout comes to an end this summer, may not see a future for him at the club.

The 24-year-old is concerned about his lack of minutes, and while he is yet to make any issue out of that, he wants talks with those in charge at the club to determine whether he still has a first-team future in Manchester.