Rio Ferdinand has expressed his concerns about Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford after a string of poor performances.
Rashford has struggled this season with Manchester United, and former player Ferdinand is concerned about what happens to the young striker.
“It left me queasy asking a lot of questions about what’s going on behind the scenes. Slobbed shoulders, not self-confident,” Ferdinand said, speaking to BT Sport, quoted before. the sun.
Ferdinand is concerned about Rashford not only on the field but off the field as well. His performances have declined rapidly this season, and his body language doesn’t make him seem a happy player.
“I don’t think he can hide it with his body language. He wants some success at the club.” “Uncertainty with the manager and his contract,” Ferdinand added.
Perhaps the new manager will allow him a fresh start. Erik ten Hag, if he is to become a coach, may seek to bring in his players, which could hamper Rashford’s development.
Moving away from the club might be the right move for Rashford, especially if he wants to go ahead and join England’s squad for the Winter World Cup.
Rashford has scored just five goals in all competitions this season, compared to 21 last season.