- Marcus Rashford has been superb for Man United this season
- The 22-year-old scored 22 goals and registered 10 assists
- Rashford revealed a part of his mansion which included a state of the art gym and other facilities
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford's mansion appears a little different from the rest of his teammates.
The England international played a key role in the Red Devils' third-place finish on the Premier League table - scoring 17 goals and eight assists in 21 appearances.
His tally, so far in this campaign, stands at 22 goals and 10 assists across competitions - although, he could increase the number when the Europa League resumes next month.
However, Daily Star quoting BR Football took a look inside the 22-year-old's exotic mansion with a state of the art gym and other exciting features.
The attacker's home doesn't have any extravagant features except for some of the things that caught his fancy.
Almost at the entrance of his house is the strategically positioned trophy cabinet which is under the stairs, and it contains numerous boots and trophies, but there are items far more special to him.
Rashford also has a cabinet filled with caps that he hardly wears owing to their importance to him.
He said: “For me, the caps hold huge importance. It’s not just for the first-team, they go all the way back to under 16’s.”
The player's mansion boasts of a modern kitchen, but it is hardly used by the 22-year-old forward.
He said: “I can cook Spaghetti Bolognese, but I’ve not done it for like two years. “I have a chef, and she’s a nutritionist as well. She does all of my food.
His fridge is filled with cans of coke and varieties of wine but he claimed: “The fridge is more for my friends to be honest. When they come round they use this stuff more."
Rashford has three framed shirts hanging on the walls of his gym - the first one was from United's debut, one from his second game for the club, and one from his first derby against Manchester City.
Explaining what it was like to score in a derby win, he said: “There are moments in football where you lose yourself in the game, and that was one of the games for me.
“In this season, away from Old Trafford, that was the biggest feeling I’ve ever had."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Marcus Rashford has thanked his mother for the sacrifice she made which helped him get into the Red Devils' youth team when he was 11.
The striker explained that his mother Melanie pushed for Manchester United to admit him into the youth team at the age of 11 even though the program was meant for 12-year-old and above.
Rashford, while speaking with BBC, claimed that Manchester United chiefs then considered the pleas of his mother and allowed him to join the youth team.