Marcus Rashford isn’t happy with how he has been treated by interim manager Ralf Rangnick at Man United.
The striker has lost his place in the England national team owing to less game time at the club with reports rife that he would consider his future if the situation doesn’t change.
According to Graeme Bailey (90 min), the 24-year-old is unhappy with the lack of game time under Rangnick and is considering his options elsewhere.
In his post-match press conference for the game against Leicester City, Rangnick was asked about Rashford not starting despite all strikers being unavailable for selection where he said: “Marcus, it’s no secret that he is not having his best time right now, it has to do with rhythm and confidence as well, yeah.”
“Again, it’s our job to help him to get this confidence back and that is why I decided to bring him on. In the end, he has to [lift] himself obviously, but the only thing we can do is speak to him regularly and tell him what we expect from him and what he should do. The rest has to be done by himself.”
Newcastle United is said to be one of the clubs interested in the player’s signature, but it will all depend on United’s new manager. Rashford himself doesn’t see himself playing for another team other than United but his situation at the club might force him to consider his options.