Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford© AFP
Marcus Rashford has pleaded for an finish to “malicious” gossip about his future at Manchester United after he missed the weekend win at Fulham as a consequence of an damage. The England ahead was pressured to apologise to United boss Erik ten Hag after attending a nightclub social gathering following the embarrassing 3-0 derby defeat to Manchester Metropolis on October 29. Ten Hag mentioned Rashford’s behaviour was unacceptable however added that the under-performing 26-year-old was “very motivated to place issues proper”. Rashford was lacking at Craven Cottage as a consequence of damage after taking a “heavy knock” in coaching. He featured as an alternative in final week’s 3-0 defeat by Newcastle, three days after their humiliation by Metropolis.
“Please STOP spreading malicious rumours,” Rashford posted on X, previously generally known as Twitter, in response to The United Stand account, a membership fan channel.
The United Stand had promoted their newest on-line present by asking: “Rashford’s future doubtful? WE’RE LIVE!”
Rashford scored 30 targets throughout all competitions final season however has registered simply as soon as within the present marketing campaign as United have struggled badly.
The membership are eighth within the Premier League desk after 5 defeats of their first 11 video games and face a battle to achieve the Champions League knockout levels.