- Marcus Rashford has bought a new golf course with the intention of building a house on it
- The England international currently lives in a mansion in Cheshire with his mother
- Rashford wants another house where he's able to keep his properties private
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Marcus Rashford has reportedly bought his own golf course in England with the intention of building a big mansion for himself.
The England international is one of the best strikers in the world considering his performances for Manchester United since he became the number one striking option.
Marcus Rashford is currently living in a six-bedroom mansion in Cheshire, but the 22-year-old wants another house where he can keep his properties private.
“Marcus understands that part of being a footballer is being a public figure and wants to use his position as a positive force.
“But he also wants to be able to go home, shut the door and live a peaceful life off the pitch.
“He thinks building a new house surrounded by greenery will give him the escape he needs,'' a source explained according to the report on UK Sun.
At the just-concluded Premier League season which was won by Liverpool, Marcus Rashford had an injury which made the Red Devils buy Odion Ighalo.
He returned to action towards the end of the season and was impressive as Manchester United finished the term among the top four and will play in the Champions League next season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford 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 those 12-years-old and above.
Rashford, while speaking with the BBC claimed that Manchester United chiefs then considered the pleas of his mother and allowed him to join the youth team.
He added that growing up was not easy for him considering the fact that his mother was a single parent and had five children to take care of.
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