London (AFP) -Anthony Martial “never downplays clubs and fans”, contrary to Manchester United’s interim coach Ralf Rangnick’s allegations that he refused to play against Aston Villa on Saturday. Said.
Ralph was forced to fill one place on the substitute bench for a 2-2 draw after Marshall said he chose not to travel to Birmingham.
“Yes, he (Marshall) didn’t want to join the team,” Rangnick told reporters after the match.
The 26-year-old French striker is keen to leave the club his agent said last week and is associated with a loan transfer to Sevilla on the Liga side.
However, Marshall argued that it was wrong to say that Rangnick refused to play as part of the team.
“We will never refuse to play against Manchester United,” he posted on his Instagram account.
“I’ve been here for seven years and I don’t look down on or look down on clubs and fans.”
Marshall hasn’t played for United since defeating Arsenal 3-2 on December 2. This is the last match before Rangnick officially took charge of Old Trafford.
He has only started two Premier League matches this season and has scored only once.
Marshall joined United from Monaco in 2015, but has struggled to maintain a regular first team location in recent seasons.
He dropped in United with a variety of offensive talents such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Mason Greenwood.
He has a contract with United until 2024 and the club has an additional year of options.
– Soccer Sports
Marshall denies claiming that Rangnick refused to join the United team
https://worldsoccertalk.com/2022/01/16/martial-denies-rangnick-claim-over-refusal-to-be-in-united-squad/ Marshall denies claiming that Rangnick refused to join the United team