Carragher on Rashford: 'Let's see if he is good enough to be United's centre forward'
- Rashford played on the wing against Chelsea on Sunday.
- Carragher believes it's time to use the 21-year-old in the no.9 position.
Marcus Rashford started the Premier League opener against Chelsea on the right wing with Anthony Martial playing in the no.9 position.
And while the England international score a brace against the Blues, Jamie Carragher insists Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should use the 21-year-old up front.
Reflecting on Rashford's best position, the former Liverpool man said: "I think it's about time Rashford was given a go through the middle.
"Let's see if Marcus Rashford is good enough to be Manchester United's centre forward. He may not be, who knows.
"He may always be that player who plays wide a little bit, plays though the middle now and again. Is he really going to be that 20, 25 goals a season striker? Let's see and have a look."