MARCUS Rashford was so concerned about his safety that he took care of him.
Manchester United ace, 24 years old, is one of a number of players who have stepped up security after at least three first-team stars were targeted in recent months.
A source said: “Marcus had a bodyguard a while ago when his profile started to grow.
“But now the mill has become part of the furniture.
“It’s good for Marcus to know that he has someone on call 24/7 with the frequency with which footballers are being targeted and in increasingly violent ways.”
One of the players targeted was Swedish defender Victor Lindelof, who was raided on the villa while his wife Maja was at home with their three-year-old son and their newborn baby.
The break-in took place while Lindelof, 27, was playing for United against Brentford on January 19.
The Sun on Sunday understands that two other teen stars have been targeted over Christmas and New Year.
One person was so shocked that he had to check in to a hotel for several days until the security measures at his apartment improved.
Another person had his car and electrical items stolen after his backyard door was smashed.
This is the second time he and his family have been attacked in such a way since he moved to Old Trafford.
Players from other clubs have also been targeted, prompting United to roll out deals to keep them safe.
Old Trafford owners have asked a security company, which normally looks after the club, to recruit a number of teams to be on duty 24/7 so they can help monitor the players’ homes.
The mobile units will provide additional security for the players, many of whom live in semi-rural areas in Cheshire.
Rashford is the substitute in United’s match against Watford yesterday.
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