This is the reality of Marcus Rashford “Holy Bone Youth”.

This is the reality of Marcus Rashford, 26, Manchester United’s “Holy Bone Youth”.

Rashford was caught on video getting into an angry argument with a fan. He returned to the squad for the 34th round of the 2023-2024 English Premier League (EPL) season at Old Trafford in Manchester on Saturday (Aug. 16).

But he was left out of the starting lineup. Rashford came off the bench and was substituted in the 38th minute of the second half as United beat Newcastle 3-2.

United remained in eighth place heading into the final game, level on 57 points with seventh-place Newcastle. 바카라사이트 They had a chance to finish in seventh place after losing on goal difference.

But Rashford wasn’t having any of it, as he was warming up near the touchline ahead of the game when a fan made an insulting comment.

Rashford broke away from training and approached the fan to argue with him.

Christian Eriksen and Anthony restrained Rashford, averting the worst of the conflict. He returned to training, with other fans chanting “Rashford, don’t listen to him.”

Rashford was sidelined with an injury after the FA Cup quarterfinal against Coventry City on May 21. Newcastle was his comeback game. The fans were not happy to see him back.

Rashford was United’s savior last season, scoring 17 goals and providing five assists in 35 English Premier League (EPL) games. However, his form plummeted in a single season.

He has just seven goals and two assists in 32 appearances in the EPL this season. In his last 10 games, he has just two goals. United are even considering a move for Rashford this summer.

They would be willing to accept an offer in the neighborhood of £80 million. United’s finances are also tight. In order to comply with the Profitability and Sustainability Regulations (PSR), selling youth players would have a direct impact. 메이저 토토사이트 Rashford is a former United youth product.

But there are no takers. With four years left on his contract, Rashford is reportedly not looking to change clubs.