Manchester United interim boss, Ralf Rangnick has admitted Marcus Rashford is “not happy” with his form.
He, however, challenged Rashford to follow Jadon Sancho’s example to get back to his best.
Rashford has gone more than a month without a goal and was substituted early in the 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old’s poor form has raised questions about his tness.
“He is definitely not injured. He definitely has no issues with his shoulder any more.
“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 and 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, is he not happy?
“I don’t see any reason why he should not be happy? Our results have been good in the last couple of weeks and months. The team in itself is in good shape,” Rangnick told a news conference Friday ahead of today’s Premier League clash with Watford at Old Trafford.