Liverpool great Robbie Fowler doesn't think Marcus Rashford should be heading to the Euros.
According to widespread reports the Manchester United youngster, who scored four goals and registered an assist in his first two senior appearances against FC Midtjylland and Arsenal last week, could be included in Roy Hodgson's Euro 2016 squad.
But, Fowler reckons it's a ridiculous suggestion, and says the 18-year-old should be allowed to improve his game.
"I’m a bit ‘blimey’ on the Manchester United teen, even after he scored doubles in his first two games in the senior side,” he told The New Day.
"His record through the age groups is fantastic, and he’s done brilliantly.
"But calls for him to go to France in June are ridiculous.
"I know what it’s like to be a teenager in the top-flight and I just hope he’s allowed to develop and keeps scoring goals – he’s got a bit about him."
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