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Marcus Rashford becomes the latest Manchester United star to hit out at the formation of a European Super League by posting picture of Sir Matt Busby's 'football is nothing without fans' message at Old Trafford

Marcus Rashford has become the latest high-profile name to condemn European Super League proposals.

The Manchester United striker joined team-mate Bruno Fernandes in hitting out at the formation of a European Super League on Tuesday.

The Premier League's so-called Big Six of Manchester United, Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham are founding members of the controversial new breakaway tournament that would replace their European commitments with UEFA, such as the Champions League.

Manchester United's Marcus Rashford has condemned European Super League proposals

Fernandes said 'dreams cannot be bought' on Monday and now Rashford has condemned the concept by posting an image onto Twitter of one of the banners which covers the stands at Old Trafford.