MARCUS RASHFORD left himself out when he named his all-time Manchester United 6-a-side team.
The England international, 24, picked two players from the club's current squad in his legendary line-up.
Rashford was asked to pick his dream 6-a-side team during a Q&A session on Instagram Live.
He said: "Right, I'm going to go with most players from the teams that I watched when I was growing up.
"I'd probably have [David] De Gea, but it was a close one between him and [Edwin] Van der Sar.
"When I was a kid Van der Sar was one of the best keepers and obviously playing with David has been great, so I'd have to put David in there."
Focusing on the outfield players, Rashford said: "At the back I'd have Rio Ferdinand.
"I'm all out attack there. I'd have [Paul] Scholesy in front of Rio, [Ryan] Giggs on the right, [Cristiano] Ronaldo on the left and [Wayne] Rooney up front.
"I'm not putting myself in. Not yet."
The Spanish goalkeeper has played with Rashford since 2016, but it was a close call between him and Edwin Van der Sar.
De Gea is United's longest-serving player and looks to have secured his no1 place under Erik ten Hag.
Before being replaced by De Gea, Van der Sar managed to keep 135 sheets in just 266 appearances – but arguably had a much better defence in front of him.
Without hesitation, the long-serving centre-back was the first name that Rashford picked to be in his dream team.
Ferdinand achieved legendary status at Old Trafford after making 455 appearances and winning multiple trophies over 12 years.
Scholes was the next player mentioned – even though he has previously questioned whether Rashford is good enough for the Red Devils.
He scored 155 goals in 718 appearances for United, won 11 Premier League titles, four FA Cups, two League Cups and two Champions League trophies.
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