LONDON: Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford says he is disappointed with media reports questioning the player’s commitment to Ralf Rangnick after the German operator’s difficult start at Old Trafford.
Several United players were reportedly unhappy with Rangnick’s style and the acting manager said last Friday that he was aware some players wanted to leave the club this month.
“We are all disappointed with this latest presentation and we are also disappointed with the news material about our commitment not only to the manager and coaching staff but also to the club,” Rashford said via his Twitter account.
“I really respect both of them and I can’t wait to further improve my game under them … I’m not sulking, I’m not happy.”
The 24-year-old England international came off the bench in a 1-0 league loss to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
It was the first defeat under Rangnick that left United in seventh place, four points behind places in the Champions League with one game in hand.
Rashford said he was unhappy with his performances at the moment but added that his dedication to the club should not be questioned.
United will await the presence of Aston Villa in the third round of the FA Cup early this Tuesday morning Malaysia time.