Football NewsMarcus Rashford denies claims of Man Utd split over Ronaldo role
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English footballer Marcus Rashford has responded to allegations that Cristiano Ronaldo is causing a split at Old Trafford.


What did Marcus Rashford say?

The 24-year-old has denied claims of a split with Man Utd over Cristiano Ronaldo’s locker room role, saying the pundits are looking for splits to take over amid the club’s ongoing mixed form. Man Utd have been fighting for the term’s consistency ever since Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Old Trafford at the start of the campaign, with the latter increasingly trimming an isolated figure in the era of interim manager Ralf Rangnick at the Theater of Dreams.

Amid speculation over his dissatisfaction with his role, media reports surfaced this week that he tried to impose himself on the club’s management even more, angering interim manager and captain Harry Maguire – but now the England star has moved to shoot down such reports. .

Responding to a Twitter post by journalist Christian Falk alleging that Carrington’s domestic contingent was annoyed by Cristiano Ronaldo’s locker room moves, Marcus sought to close such claims. Marcus Rashford, retweeting the original message, replied that they were just making it up, how are they going now?. Marcus Rashford added that next please stop looking for delimiters.


A little about the topic

Marcus Rashford’s post comes on the wave of a decisive mid-week win for Man Utd, who ran out with a 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League to lift the winter spirit at Old Trafford. Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo – ending his longest drought in over a decade – and Bruno Fernandes ensured Ralf’s men came out on top against 10 of Seagulls. Next up is a trip to old rivals Leeds United before Man Utd finally make their return to European competition with a Champions League trip to Atlético Madrid on Tuesday.