Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has warned Marcus Rashford that his “body language is an issue” after the 1-0 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Rashford, who was a second-half substitute, left Ferdinand unimpressed
“Body language is an issue,” the six-time English Premier League champion said on Vibe with Five.
“Marcus Rashford comes off the bench and you are expecting him to go out there and really fly and give it some. And sometimes you see him losing the ball and the reaction to losing the ball isn’t what you want to see.
“That could be down to him not being happy not playing etc. But you’ve got to put that to one side.
“When you’re out of the team it’s about coming in and proving to the manager what you’re about and who you are. Maybe he feels he is not getting the opportunities he deserves. I don’t know.
In the meantime, United return to action next Monday against Aston Villa in an FA Cup third-round battle