Rashford was absent from the United squad for the game at Fulham.
Manchester United star Marcus Rashford took to social media to dismiss speculation regarding his long-term future at Old Trafford. Rashord has been a key player for the Red Devils.
The Englishman was outstanding last season. He scored 30 goals and 11 assists in all competitions. He helped Man United to finish in the top four in the Premier League. In the current season, he has scored just one goal and provided three assists.
He got injured last week so missed out Man United’s EFL Cup and Premier League games against Newcastle and Fulham. Rashford was also in the headlines for his apology after Erik Ten Hag’s criticism following a nightclub party on his birthday.
Rashford was absent from the United squad for the game at Fulham due to a heavy knock sustained in training. The United Stand claimed that Rashford’s future was in doubt and it would be discussed on a live stream on the site.
In his first post on X since the beginning of September, Rashford replied, saying: “Please STOP spreading malicious rumours.” Rashorrd’s contract will expire in June 2028.
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