Marcus Rashford's girlfriend Lucia Loi earns first class honours degree in Manchester

Marcus Rashford and girlfriend Lucia Loi have mainly kept their relationship out of the spotlight, but the pair will be celebrating this weekend after some great news for Lucia


Posted Friday, July 10, 2020 by Dailystar.co.uk

The girlfriend of Manchester United star Marcus Rashford is believed to have graduated with first class honours from her degree.

Lucia Loi has been studying at advertising and brand management at Manchester Metropolitan University for the past three years, according to the Sun.

And the 22-year-old will no doubt spent the weekend celebrating after receiving the brilliant news that she got a first in her degree, setting her up for a career in PR and advertising.

The Scottish Sun have previously reported that Lucia worked for Manchester-based PR company, Sugar, as a PR account executive.

Her role would have involved tasks such as networking and events organising, among others.

Marcus Rashford's girlfriend Lucia Loi earns first class honours degree in Manchester
Marcus Rashford and girlfriend Lucia Loi at the 2018 World Cup

Lucia is thought to have been dating Rashford since they were at school together.

Their relationship has mainly been kept out of the public eye, but she has appeared alongside the England forward on a few occasions.

One of those was when she was spotted in the stands during the infamous win over Colombia at the 2018 World Cup.

Lucia also shared a snap of the pair to celebrate Rashford’s birthday in 2016, suggesting they are long-term partners.

It has also been reported that the player celebrated breaking into the United first-team by playing pool in Lucia’s common room Ashton on Mersey School, in Sale, Greater Manchester.

The gorgeous brunette’s success comes shortly after Rashford managed to persuade the government to make a u-turn on their decision to stop giving out free school meals.

Underprivileged children will now receive a £15 voucher every week over the summer holidays to keep them fed.

Shortly after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced the change, Rashford said: "This was never about me or you, this was never about politics, this was a cry out for help from vulnerable parents all over the country and I simply provided a platform for their voices to be heard.

"I stand proud today knowing that we have listened, and we have done what is right. There is still a long way to go but I am thankful to you all that we have given these families just one less thing to worry about tonight.

"The wellbeing of our children should ALWAYS be a priority."



Attention: Third parties may advertise their products and/or services on our website.7M does not warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of their contents.
Your dealings with such third parties are solely between you and such third parties and we shall not be liable in any way for any loss or damage of any sort incurred by you.