Ajax midfielder Daily Blind has reportedly convinced the Manchester United star to stay. At the club to work with new manager Eric Te. n hag
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has felt confident he will stay at the UFABET club after speaking to Daily Blind about Eri’s arrangement . The 24-year-old star player had to face a very disastrous season last season. which he has scored only 5 goals in 37 matches in all competitions, which is considered the lowest shockingly
Former Red Devils captain Roy Keane has previously criticized Rashford. Who smiled during Manchester United’s warm-up and accused the striker of playing like an underage boy. “Every time I see Marcus warming up He is always smiling. I don’t like the players smiling too much. you smile when you score When you did something” “forms played last week. (against Liverpool) I said he played like a kid. like an underage child in terms of hold-up play.”
Rashford intends to leave the club if Ralph Rangnick remains in charge. And although the departure of the German coach will improve Rashford’s view But he is still uncertain about his future at Old Trafford, however, recent reports from Goal suggest that Rashford has held talks with the Ajax and Former Red Devils team-mate ‘Blind’ on his future And now he’s excited about the opportunity to work with Ten Hag.
Blind provides information to Rashford. It was about Ten Hag’s hands-on nature and what he had heard that was a great pleasure for him. This made him keen to acquire the precision shooting training he felt he had lacked in recent years. The striker feels he lacks advice lately as his career has faced a host of managers from Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Rashford wants to stay firmly in place and he prefers playing on the left of the front three rather than having to switch positions as each manager wishes. The England international has been working so hard after the end of the season he has uploaded a number of videos to his social media channels showing him training for running and working on football.