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What next for out of form Marcus Rashford

This is in reference to how Marcus Rashford always gets back into ten Hag’s squad

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Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has been a shadow of his brilliant self from last season struggling to find any form of consistency and performances altogether.

Compared to his 30-goal season last campaign, he is only on 8 goals in all competitions.

He has had a whole host of disciplinary issues and has consequently been left out of the match day squad a few times.

PSG have been rumoured to be interested in Rashford even offering him 400,000 pounds a week as centredevils covered.

As Sky Sports reporter Dharmesh Sheth tells  GIVEMESPORT however, Marcus has no intention of leaving Manchester despite his massive drop in form and disciplinary issues.

“There’s no noise to suggest that he doesn’t want to stay at Manchester United. Of course, we’ve heard about all the disciplinary issues that he’s had. We’ve heard about the potential heads knocking together between himself and Erik ten Hag over certain disciplinary issues,” Sheth stated.

This was in reference to all the disciplinary issues he has had most notably when he went partying overnight in Belfast before calling in sick for training the next morning.

He returned to the team a week later and even scored at Wolves.

The Sky Sports reporter also went ahead to suggest that ten Hag has treated Rashford differently from other players who have had disciplinary issues, Jadon Sancho in particular.

“But Ten Hag has treated him slightly differently to maybe other players who have had disciplinary issues within that club,” he stated.

“I  point towards Jadon Sancho, of course, it’s a different situation. But Marcus Rashford always came back into the squad,” he concluded.

This is in reference to how Marcus Rashford always gets back into ten Hag’s squad after being fined or punished by being left out of the squad over his misconduct despite his underpar results.


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