BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, What Man Utd fan shouted to Marcus Rashford during angry Old Trafford warm-up incident revealed. Its was also confirmed by team-mates that the words of the fans fans made Rashford shed tears 😢 in the teams dressing room. Marcus Rashford was seen responding to a Manchester United fan during the warm-up ahead of his side’s 3-2 win against Newcastle in the Premier League on Wednesday.


Marcus Rashford faced a pivotal moment before Manchester United’s 3-2 triumph over Newcastle, encountering an ultimatum from a discontented supporter. Despite being in the midst of his 41st appearance in a season that has fallen short of expectations, Rashford, 26, has only managed to net eight goals. As he and his fellow substitutes engaged in a pre-match drill at the Old Trafford pitch’s lower right-hand corner, facing the Stretford End, a fan descended several rows to deliver a pointed message: “If you wanna go, go!”

This remark alluded to the escalating speculation surrounding Rashford’s future, despite his commitment to his boyhood club until 2026, affirmed by a five-year contract extension signed last July. Reports from Mirror Football in March suggested that Paris Saint-Germain contemplated a £75 million bid for Rashford amidst the impending departure of Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid.

In response to the supporter’s provocation, another attendee intervened, urging Rashford not to heed the admonishment. United’s Christian Eriksen then intervened, pulling Rashford away as news of the incident circulated among the squad.

As the warm-up progressed, stewards approached the individual who confronted Rashford, with another fan—presumably his son—guiding him back to his seat. The assailant faced reproach from nearby supporters for his actions.

This incident on Wednesday wasn’t Rashford’s initial encounter with direct criticism from United fans. In March 2021, following a 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League round-of-16, the United academy product endeavored to address a group of fans outside Old Trafford, making a gesture with his hand. Rashford later conceded that his emotions had overwhelmed him.

Despite the off-field distractions, Rashford marked his 400th first-team appearance for Manchester United against Newcastle, contributing to Erik ten Hag’s side securing their first Premier League victory in four matches.

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