Marcus Rashford's camp is reportedly not pleased with comments made by Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Rashford made his return to action and scored in the Red Devils' loss to Leicester City over the weekend, as the pressure on Solskjaer continues to grow.
Before the game, Solskjaer had made headlines and urged the England international to 'prioritise football' after the striker's honourable work off the field, which earned him an honorary doctorate from the University of Manchester.
"He has time to reflect on … what he has done off the pitch as well, because he has done some fantastic things and now to … maybe prioritise his football and focus on football because he’s got a challenge on his hands here at Man Utd, he has a challenge on his hands to play for England, and I think Marcus is one of those who takes up those challenges," Solskjaer said, as per Goal.
The Athletic have reported that some people close to the 24-year-old striker are not happy with the Norwegian's comments and believe his dedication to the team should not be questioned.
While Solskjaer went on to clarify his remarks, the report adds that those close to the English striker intepreted it as reminder to get his focus on his main job.
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