Man Utd star Rashford called out for lacking emotion as Saha sticks boot in

Marcus Rashford has been warned that Manchester United fans are turning on him because he is not showing enough emotion as the forward continues to struggle for goals this season. Rashford was one of the most lethal attackers in Europe last term as he took a leading role in Erik ten Hag’s side, but his slump in form has led to calls for him to be dropped – and ex-United striker Louis Saha has given him some advice on how to turn things around.

The 26-year-old has managed just one goal in 16 appearances across all competitions this season and missed a gluttony of opportunities in front of goal.

He is not the only striker to struggle, however, with £72million new boy Rasmus Hojlund yet to open his account in the Premier League.

Rashford led the club’s goalscoring charts last season, finding the net 30 times in the process, but he has cut a frustrated figure on the pitch due to his troubles in front of goal. And Saha believes he should consider following the lead of captain Bruno Fernandes by showing his emotions in a bid to transform his own fortunes.

“I’m not asking Marcus to change his personality, but he’s a symbol for the fans and he means a lot to them,” Saha said, speaking to Betfred.

“They love Bruno Fernandes because he works so hard for the team and he shows through his emotions that he really cares. The fans don’t see that level of emotion from Marcus and that’s something they want to see.”


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