Manchester United seems to be ready if Marcus Rashford has to leave next season. The young England national team player is believed to be leaving Old Trafford, due to minimal playing time.
Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has told the striker to leave if he feels unhappy at the club.
Previously, Rashford had a crucial role in Manchester United’s attack. He is often trusted to be one of the Red Devils’ mainstay pounders.
However, over the past few months, Rashford has been more often substituted by Rangnick. So the English player is reportedly starting to be unhappy at Old Trafford.
Rashford is reportedly considering his future at Manchester United after not getting much playing time. He could leave the Red Devils.
Often Dropped – Ralf Rangnick has finally opened up about Marcus Rashford’s situation at Manchester United. He denied rarely playing the 24-year-old player.
“He’s played 13-14 games since I arrived here. He’s been more of a starter than a substitute.”
Please Go- Rashford reportedly wants to leave Manchester United in the summer. Rangnick let the player go if he really wanted to leave the club.
But the [transfer] market is still closed now,” Rangnick continued.
“Even if he and his agent or his family at one stage of the summer thought about maybe going to another club then he could but in the summer.
“Now the transfer window is closed. It has nothing to do with tomorrow’s game [vs Tottenham] or the game on Tuesday [Atletico Madrid].”
Still Happy – Rashford is said to be unhappy about not starting the Manchester Derby yesterday, especially with the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo and Edinson Cavani. However, Rangnick also denied it.
“I spoke to him yesterday and the day before, so I don’t know anything about him being unhappy,” he added.
“He didn’t say anything to me, he told me he was still happy and he wanted to perform at a high level for the club. There’s no talk of him being unhappy here.”