After being injured on Saturday and missing Manchester United’s victory against Fulham, Marcus Rashford has called for rumours over his future at United to end.
United’s manager Erik ten Hag criticised Rashford for celebrating his birthday a few hours after the team’s 3-0 loss to Manchester City a little more than a week earlier. Three days following the match against City, the England forward did make an appearance from the bench in Newcastle’s 3-0 Carabao Cup loss.
However, Ten Hag stated that the striker’s Saturday absence was brought on by an injury.
With a question like “Rashford’s future in doubt?,” the United Stand hinted at their upcoming episode. NOW OPEN!” Rashford pleaded, “PLEASE STOP spreading nasty rumours.” The 26-year-old replied to The United Stand account, a Manchester United fan channel, with a message on social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
Rashford has so far scored 30 goals across all competitions to lead Manchester United in scoring the previous season, but he has only managed to match those totals once this year.
This season, United has lost 5 of its 11 Premier League games; nevertheless, they overcame consecutive losses in both the league and the Carabao Cup with their thrilling triumph over Fulham on Saturday.