- Marcus Rashford has been told by Jose Mourinho to change his attitude this season
- He got a red card against Burnley and was given a three match suspension
- The forward should be available for Manchester United next game against West Ham
Englishman Marcus Rashford has been warned by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho to step up his game this season in the Premier League and other competitions.
Marcus Rashford was said to have been criticized by Jose Mourinho in Manchester United's last Champions League game against Young Boys in which he was substituted in the second half.
After the game in Switzerland, Mourinho then challenged the 20-year-old striker and warned Rashford that he is not too important to do as he is told according to the report by Dailymail.
Since returning from the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, there have been concerns about Marcus Rashford's attitude at Old Trafford.
He was sent off against Burnley and had to serve a three-match domestic suspension, but he should be available for the Red Devil's tie against West Ham on Saturday.
Rashford is understood to be on the periphery of a young group close to Pogba that includes Anthony Martial, Eric Bailly and Andreas Pereira.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Englishman Marcus Rashford could be on his way to Spanish giants Real Madrid or Premier League side Liverpool when the January 2019 transfer window opens.
Since Jose Mourinho became the manager of Manchester United, Marcus Rashford has struggled for form at Old Trafford.
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