Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has blasted The United Stand for spreading fake news about his career at Manchester United, MySportDab reports.
Rashford has been on the spotlight of recent after he missed Manchester United Premier League win over Fulham.
He was also a big absence from Man United Meal Party organized by the players to celebrate the win over Fulham.
With his poor start to the season and a struggling United side, Rashford career’s hit the headlines despite his recent contract renewal with Manchester United.
The United Stand, a Man United Fans account on social media carried a podcast today bordering on Marcus Rashford’s Man United future.
Rashford reacted to the podcast, taking to social media to lashed out on the podcast for spreading fake and malicious news about his Man United future.
He wrote in the comments section;
“Please STOP spreading malicious rumours”
Please STOP spreading malicious rumours.
— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) November 6, 2023
Rashford’s comment ends tides of speculation on his career at Manchester United despite his poor start this season.
Erik ten Hag further fueled the brewing rumors when he openly lashed out on Rashford for partying hours after United lost 191st Manchester Derby.
However, rumors of a dressing room mishap involving the striker was pegged back when Erik ten Hag revealed Rashford did make the math against Fulham because he was injured.
The England forward recently signed a new contract with Manchester United to become the club’s highest-paid player.
He was United’s topscorer last season with 30 goals in all competitions – a feat he is far from replicating this season as he has bagged only one one so far.