Happy in the ghost camp! Rashford insists focus is only on Manchester United

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Marcus Rashford insists he is happy at Old Trafford. Also insists he is determined to return to good form at Manchester United.

The 24-year-old. In the squad who are unhappy with interim manager Ralph Rangnick’s training methods. Rangnick admitted on Friday that some players would want to leave the club in January.

Recently, Rashford has come out to clear the doubts for the fans to feel at ease. By standing that he had no problems and was happy. To which he said I have a lot of respect for the manager. Not only with the manager and the coaching staff. but also the club.

I respect both of them very much. And I look forward to improving my play under Rangnick. I am not dissatisfied. I am happy at UFABET.

Manchester United currently sits seventh in the table. and 4 points away from the top four from 19 games.

The forward faced criticism for his performance off the bench during defeat at the hands of Wolves last Monday

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has dismissed reports that the squad has turned against new manager Ralf Rangnick, while admitting he is not happy with how he has played in recent outings.

Despite suffering just one defeat in six matches since taking over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Rangnick has come under fire amid claims he has already lost the Old Trafford dressing room. Rashford insists there are no truth to those rumours.

Rashford was one of the players singled out for criticism after a lacklustre display off the bench during United’s 1-0 defeat to Wolves. Which marked a poor start to 2022.

“Marcus Rashford comes off the bench and you are expecting him to go out there and really fly and give it some. And sometimes you see him losing the ball and the reaction to losing the ball isn’t what you want to see,” ex-Red Devil Rio Ferdinand fired on Vibe With Five.

“That could be down to him not being happy not playing etc. But you’ve got to put that to one side.

“When you’re out of the team it’s about coming in and proving to the manager what you’re about and who you are. Maybe he feels he is not getting the opportunities he deserves. I don’t know.

“It’s hard to pinpoint one player – you can’t, all the players have to take responsibility from Cristiano [Ronaldo] at the top all the way down to all the other players.”