England boss to invite Man United sensation to squad ahead of Euro 2016

Marcus Rashford will be invited to train with senior England squad ahead of the pre-Euro 2016 friendlies with Australia and Portugal in the coming weeks, report Sky Sports.

The 18-year old forward has emerged as a first-team regular with Manchester Untied over the past few months, notching seven goals since being handed his first-team debut in February.

Such is the nature of his impressive form, he had been touted as a potential teammate for Danny Welbeck following his gruesome knee injury that ruled him out of contention for the Three Lions.

While the report stresses the talented teen will NOT be picked in the provisional 30 man squad on Monday, manager Roy Hodgson is believed to be impressed at his impact for the Red Devils.

He has not yet made an appearance for the under-21 squad, though made his debut at under-20 level earlier this year.

Prior to the 2014 World Cup, defenders John Stones and Jon Flanagan trained with the top side in a similar arrangement.

England will play Australia on May 27 at the Stadium of Light, before hosting Portugal at Wembley on June 2nd.