The forward remains on a barren run and his manager said that he is unhappy with his current form
Marcus Rashford is unhappy with his current performances for Manchester United, admits Ralf Rangnick, but the Red Devils boss feels that the England international still can perform to the best of his ability.
The forward remains mired in a barren run in front of goal after several lacklustre performances, though he appears to have enjoyed a slight uptick in recent weeks after a dismal start to the new year.
Ahead of his side’s Premier League clash with Watford this weekend however, Rangnick acknowledged that the performances have been under the player’s own standard, while shutting down any suggestions he is still carrying his early-season injury.
What has been said?
“He is definitely not injured,” the German told his pre-match press conference. “He definitely has no issues with his shoulder anymore.
“We have spoken a lot about Marcus a lot in the last couple of weeks and I have personally spoken a lot with him. There is nothing else to add on that. It’s with him like with all the other players, when it counts and they are on the pitch – and he started against Atletico Madrid – they just have to perform.
“I am pretty sure he is not happy with his performance right now but it doesn’t help if we discuss that every week and talk about our thoughts about what it might be.”