Juventus host United in the Champions League on Wednesday night as Cristiano Ronaldo prepares to face his former side once more.
Massimiliano Allegri’s side dominated at Old Trafford despite only winning 1-0 just over two weeks ago.
United are keen to earn a positive result after recording consecutive wins in the Premier League.
Marcus Rashford fired a late winner against Bournemouth on Saturday.
The young England winger will always have to face comparisons with Ronaldo who played out wide for United for six seasons between 2003 and 2009.
But for Rashford, growing up watching the Portuguese was something he can learn from.
“For me there is no bigger inspiration in football,” he told United’s official website.
“I could speak for a lot of young players and United fans that watched the team when he was here and the majority of us have followed him as he’s moved on in his career and that’s what special about United.
“Once you play for this club you become part of this family even if you move on.
“There is always something that remains in your heart, you could see that when he returned [to Old Trafford] from our fans.
“When you play against a player like that you have to respect his qualities but at the same time you have to play your game and you can’t show fear to that type of player.”
United will have to do their best to stop Ronaldo from scoring if they’re to bring home anything from Turin.
At 33-years-old, Ronaldo is showing no sign of slowing up on the goalscoring front.
After a slow start to life in Serie A, he has now fired seven goals.
The Reds will once again be reunited with club legend Ronaldo – a player Rashford looks up to hugely for the way in which he has not only sustained his high performance level, but has continued to build on it.
“People don’t do that at his age, people are usually heading towards the end of their career and their level starts going down a little bit, but he’s just gone up and up and up,” Rashford added.