According to reports coming from DAILY POST, former Manchester United man Paul Parker has told Marcus Rashford the club will not continue to rely on a player who does not perform.
In the report, Parker declared that the England international is not playing to his strengths and is not supporting the team.
The report has it that according to him despite Rashford being a big game player, the English forward does not do better when he is on the pitch.
"He gives away the ball very cheaply, and then he walks back.
“The issue is that they can’t go on to rely on a player that doesn’t perform or makes his teammates look good.
"He has been a part of a front three that has let the club down and is so distant away from what a front three should be at Manchester United with the standard the fans have been used to", Parker said.
The report adds that Ten Hag's men are now struggling to make the top 4 this season as the fifth-placed Jurgen Klopp’s side is looking ready to fight themselves into the Champions League place.
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