Former football star Alan Shearer in a recent statement claimed that Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is very unhappy at Old Trafford.
It has been a tough season for Rashford, who has failed to score a goal in his last 12 appearances for the Red Devils.
His current struggles heightened in the closing stages of Man United’s Premier League 1-0 win over Luton Town on Saturday, as he failed to score in a one-on-one situation after being played through on goal by Antony.
“I think the simple answer is we don’t know because we are not within the football club,” Shearer told Premier League productions.
“But what we are looking at is someone who clearly looks very unhappy. He looks moody, and when that is the case, you are never going to perform at your best. Whether he feels he is better than what is at Old Trafford at this moment in time, I don’t know.
“Whether he feels let down by recruitment because he went to another level in terms of his goals last year. The club have not gone to it this season, which maybe he wanted or expected to.
“You are not seeing a happy footballer; you are not seeing a happy person at this moment in time in Marcus Rashford. He looks a different player for England than he does for Manchester United.”