Marcus Rashford has denied allegations of a split within the Manchester United squad over Cristiano Ronaldo’s role in the dressing room, saying critics are ‘looking to create teams’ where the Red Devils live in the middle of a fig-half, grape-like period. Since the Portuguese returned to Old Trafford at the start of the season, the Red Devils have struggled to hold their own and the Portuguese have become increasingly isolated since the arrival of Ralph Rangnick.
“Stop looking for divisions!”
Amid speculation about his unhappiness with his role, the media this week suggested he had tried to impose himself further on the club’s management, angering Marcus Rashford and captain Harry Maguire – but the England international wanted to deny the information and took the floor to raise the issue. End of this discussion.
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In response to a Twitter post by Sport Bild journalist Christian Falk claiming that the Carrington national team was “outraged” by Ronaldo’s movements in the dressing room, Rashford sought to silence the allegations. “Do we innovate as we go now? “the attacker replied by retweeting the original message. “Please stop looking for divisions“, he added.
The denial from the Red Devils winger comes as Manconian regained confidence with a crucial win over Brighton in the league on Tuesday night. A match in which Cristiano Ronaldo finally scored. In fact, the Portuguese has been silent for six matches and has yet to score in 2022.
The Red Devils are on the same wave
Cristiano Ronaldo killed two birds with one stone by ending his drought as he put Manchester United back on the path to victory. He also confirmed his coaching performance, Ralf Rangnick, in a post-match press conference:Strongly, he was always trying to help his teammates, and this was definitely his best performance, and a very important goal for us.”
Manchester United ‘not a team’ for Ferdinand
The Portuguese posted a powerful message on Instagram in the wake of this encounter against Brighton: “No one gives up and there is only one way to get back on the right track: hard work, teamwork, hard work. Everything else is noise. Come to the Red Devils!” No statement will prevent rumors from appearing in the press, but there is no doubt that by achieving series victories, Manchester United will limit negative rumors against his team.