Marcus Rashford is considering his Manchester United future due to lack of playing time

Rashford has struggled to find his feet this season after shoulder surgery at the start of the season, with the forward scoring only five goals thus far. However, after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s dismissal and the appointment of Ralf Rangnick as his replacement, the 24-year-old has struggled to make an impact on the club. While Rashford has only missed three league games, he hasn’t started as many as he would like.

Because of the paucity of game time since Rangnick arrived, the forward is contemplating his future at United. According to the report, Rashford is concerned about his future because he has less than eighteen months left on his current contract and United is still looking for a new boss.

Rashford made a strong start after returning from injury earlier in the season. However, his form has deteriorated as the campaign continued.

Rashford was one of Manchester United’s first names on the squad sheet not long ago, but things have changed dramatically since then. He’s having trouble even getting started at the moment.

Rangnick, however, is merely the temporary manager until the end of the season, when a permanent appointment is likely. As a result, rather than the German, Rashford’s future at Manchester United may be determined by what the club’s next manager feels about his predicament.

With the Red Devils, Rashford has scored 93 goals and assisted on 58 occasions. He has, however, found the ongoing campaign difficult. After missing a significant portion of the first half of the season due to injury, the forward has struggled to reclaim his old form and has spent more time warming the bench under Rangnick.

In all competitions, Rashford has made 24 appearances in 2021/22, with only nine of them being Premier League starts. With five goals and two assists, he has an average performance. The 24-year-old has only started two of United’s ten league games since the turn of the year, missing one due to injury and being an unused substitute in the other.

Rashford’s future plans are both predictable and surprising, the latter because he appeared to be a United lifer, a local who graduated from the academy and immediately felt at ease in the club; a possibly era-defining player, a first-choice as a teenager and a thirty-something alike. He’s played 294 times since he was 24 years old. If he keeps going at this rate, he’ll pass Sir Bobby Charlton and be second only to Ryan Giggs in the Premier League. With 93 goals, he has a chance to challenge Charlton and Wayne Rooney for the Premier League.

Ferdinand believes he has no right to say such because his performance has deteriorated recently, according to his YouTube show.

“He hasn’t been playing well in a long time. To be honest, he doesn’t appear to be happy at United. When I see Marcus, I get the impression that he is carrying the weight of the world on his shoulders. I’m not sure what it is, but he doesn’t appear to be happy. Man United’s Marcus Rashford is the one who was brought in. “Oh my God, this is another result of that youth team conveyor belt coming through with energy, with spark, with quality, with class, aggression, and a work ethic,” Ferdinand stated on his show.

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