Rashford says he has 'endless respect' for Man Utd boss Rangnick and insists he is not 'sulking' under German

MARCUS RASHFORD has insisted he has ‘endless respect’ for Manchester United’s interim boss Ralf Rangnick.

A number of reports have emerged over the past few days claiming that there is unrest inside the dressing-room at Old Trafford as the squad struggle to adapt to the German’s methods.

Rangnick, whose side face Aston Villa in the FA Cup on Monday, suffered his first defeat at United last time out against Wolves.

But Rashford, who has struggled for form himself this campaign due to injury and only has three goals to his name, has now hit back at claims he and his team-mates have a problem with the manager.

The 24-year-old wrote on Twitter: “We've all been disappointed with recent performances and we've been disappointed with the news coverage questioning our commitment to not only the manager and the coaching staff but the club.

“I have endless respect for both and I'm looking forward to bettering my game under the staff at Manchester United.

“I'm not sulking, I'm not unhappy, am I disappointed in some of my recent performances? Of course I am. I'm my own biggest critic.

“It's been a tough start but I'm determined to prove my worth. My dedication and my desire to be here should never be in question. I love this club.”



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Rangnick insisted on Friday that the United players are ‘at least trying’ to take his ideas on board as he admitted a number of stars were unhappy.

He said: “They are at least trying, I am sure that they are listening.

“I mean this is not only an issue with a club like Manchester United.

“If you have that many players and 10 outfield players can play and three being substituted, then of course you have quite a number of players – in our case 12, 13, 14 players who don't even play, or not even being in the squad.

“Then those players are not happy about that situation. It's obvious, it's clear.

“I tend to explain to players every two or three weeks why they are not playing but obviously I cannot do that every game and that is an issue in our team as well as in other clubs.”

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