Marcus Rashford’s camp are “unhappy” over comments made by under-fire Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The 23-year-old scored in his first appearance of this campaign in the 4-2 defeat at Leicester on Saturday.
Rashford missed the start of the season, having undergone surgery on his shoulder.
He came off the bench to net a late equaliser against the Foxes, before his side conceded two more goals.
The result made it four defeats in seven matches across all competitions for United, heaping more pressure on Solskjaer.
More scrutiny has now been placed on the Norwegian, as he has found himself in hot water with Rashford’s camp, after comments he made in the build-up to the forward’s much-anticipated return.
Ahead of the Leicester game, Solskjaer advised Rashford to “prioritise football”, referring to the player’s off-field work, where he is finding solutions to food poverty among children.
Rashford’s efforts off the pitch saw him being awarded an MBE in 2020 and recently received an honorary doctorate from the University of Manchester.
However, according to The Athletic, those close to Rashford are unhappy with the remarks made by Solskjaer, believing the United attacker’s dedication and professionalism should not be questioned.