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You can’t park there mate! Marcus Rashford is hit with a £60 parking ticket for leaving his £270,000 McLaren 765LT on double yellow lines in Cheshire


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Marcus Rashford received a parking ticket after leaving his McLaren sports car on double yellow lines.

The Manchester United forward parked his McLaren 765LT on the pavement next to double yellow lines outside of the offices for a construction and property development company in Hale, Cheshire.

The 26-year-old, wearing a black Chrome Hearts tracksuit, was then pictured returning to his car and removing the notice before leaving in the £280,000 supercar.

It comes just weeks after Rashford was given a parking ticket in nearby Wilmslow after spending an hour in the upmarket Juniper Restaurant with United teammate Tyrell Malacia.

Rashford also narrowly missed a similar incident in November, with a video of him returning to his car before he could be fined going viral on social media.

Marcus Rashford received a penalty charge notice for leaving his car parked on the pavement

Marcus Rashford received a penalty charge notice for leaving his car parked on the pavement

Man United star collected removed the parking ticket before leaving in his McClaren 765LT

Man United star collected removed the parking ticket before leaving in his McClaren 765LT

The United academy graduate is a noted car enthusiast, and also owns a Rolls-Royce Black Badge Cullinan, and a Lamborghini Urus Performante, worth £350,000.

Rashford’s future at Old Trafford had appeared in doubt last month after he had called in sick after being spotted in a Belfast nightclub just days before his side were due to face Newport County.

The incident drew the ire of the England international’s team-mates, after they had been informed that he was too ill to train ahead of the FA Cup fourth round clash.

Despite the controversy, Rashford responded emphatically after being named in the starting XI for United’s next Premier League game by Erik ten Hag.

Just minutes into their visit to Molineux to take on Wolves Rashford fired his team into the lead, with United going on to triumph against Gary O’Neil’s side in a seven-goal thriller.

Rashford has since retained his place in victories over West Ham and Aston Villa with the club having recovered from a poor run of form around Christmas to sit just six points behind Tottenham in fourth.

The club will look to maintain their push for a Champions League place when they take on Luton at Kenilworth Road on Sunday. 

26-year-old has started all three of United’s Premier League fixtures since his controversial incident in Belfast last month





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