Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is concerned about Marcus Rashford’s future at Manchester United.
Rashford was one of the most impressive Red Devils following Solskjaer’s return to Old Trafford, but he has experienced quite a drop in form of late.
Despite displacing Romelu Lukaku as the primary striker of the team, the 21-year-old has only managed to score three goals in his past 12 appearances.
Nevertheless, interest in the talented starlet remains high, with Catalan giants Barcelona said to be keen on signing him up come summer.
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But if serious interest from Barcelona wasn’t enough, Solskjaer now has an added worry on his hands: Rashford’s attitude of late.
According to the Daily Mail, the Norwegian gaffer has been left concerned after witnessing a change in the striker’s personality in recent weeks.
The England international’s persistent irritability on the pitch, along with his sulky behaviour towards his teammates appears to have angered several members of the Manchester United coaching staff.
Further, the lengthy negotiations over a new contract worth £200,000-a-week have only added to the club’s surprise regarding their youth academy graduate.
Will all these factors combine to have an adverse effect on Rashford’s future in Manchester?