Manchester United have the chance to spoil Leicester’s party as the Champions-elect visit Old Trafford needing just three points to seal the Premier League title. United have improved recently and their attacking players have started to click. Against Everton, Anthony Martial scored the winner after a clever assist by Ander Herrera, this should ensure that the marginalised Basque midfielder should start against Leicester. If all three of Martial, Herrera and Rashford start, United’s attack will be quick, dynamic and very hard to predict.
Wayne Rooney expressed his desire to move to a deeper role after the Everton game. Rooney must have realised that with the emergence of Rashford and Martial, this is the only way he can play regularly at Manchester United. With Harry Kane’s emergence, Rooney is not sure of his England starting place too. Whether Rooney can adapt himself or not, only time can tell. Next season might be Rooney’s last season at the top as one more season with bad form or injuries and United will seek to sell him especially with huge salary being a burden.