Tottenham Hotspur fans have cheekily suggested that Marcus Rashford now needs to leave Manchester United to fulfil his potential.
Tottenham supporters have grown sick of the narrative that their prized prospects would be better off elsewhere, as they have not won a trophy since 2008.
Spurs have enjoyed great success under Mauricio Pochettino, but there have been multiple suggestions that the likes of Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen all need to be playing for a team which is lifting trophies.
However, following United’s exit from the Champions League, Tottenham supporters have got their own back.
United crashed out to Sevilla last night, which has left them asking whether Rashford also needs to move away from Old Trafford.
Looking forward to all the De Gea and Rashford have to leave United to reach their potential articles and podcasts— James Ranwell (@MildlyGrumpyJim) March 13, 2018
Do Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, Anthony Martial, David De Gea, Eric Bailly all need to leave United to achieve their potential?!?!!?— SON FC (40-29) (@TP1Matt) March 14, 2018
Ahh United bottled it! Sureley now De Gea, Matic, and Rashford must leave to win trophys!#ChampionsLeague— Tage Tuzzolino (@TageTuzzolino) March 14, 2018
Well well, United’s bottled it again. Do Pogba, Lukaku, Rashford, Alexis, and De Gea need to leave to fulfill their potential?— Peter Berkes (@peterberkes) March 13, 2018
Does Marcus Rashford need to leave Manchester United to fulfill his potential?— Tom (@TomFoins) March 13, 2018
Poch would make him so good.— ˈɒlɪvə (@OlyLister) March 13, 2018
Yes he needs to join Spurs— Addicted To Spurs (@addicted_spurs) March 13, 2018
Come to Spurs. Nice shiny new stadium and all your England mates— James Ware (@JamesWare12) March 14, 2018
Spurs welcomes him if he wants to come— Malaysia Spurs (@MalaysiaSpurs) March 14, 2018
Tottenham and United both disappointed in the second-leg of their respective Champions League ties, but Jose Mourinho’s side’s exit was far more humiliating.
Spurs were unfortunate to come up against a side with the quality of Juventus, and they pushed them all the way.
United, however, never got going over the two legs against Sevilla, and unexpectedly crashed out earlier than anticipated.