Marcus Rashford has told a media outlet to stop spreading ‘malicious’ rumours about his Manchester United future.
Rashford subsequently missed the 1-0 win at Fulham after failing a late fitness test on a knock suffered in training.
It has led The United Stand to speculate that the 26-year-old’s future at the club could be in doubt.
Responding to a tweet teasing the fan channel’s upcoming live stream, Rashford said: “Please STOP spreading malicious rumours.”
talkSPORT understands there are few doubts over Rashford’s future right now after his contract situation was resolved in the summer.
The England star signed a new five-year deal with the Red Devils in July, becoming the club’s highest-earner on £375,000-a-week.
Despite his struggles this season, scoring just one goal in ten games, Rashford is fresh off the back of a 30-goal campaign.
He was linked with a possible move to Paris Saint-Germain during the 2021/22 season amid a difficult season.
There were brief fears Rashford could leave on a free transfer at the end of the 2022/23 season when his previous contract was set to expire.
Before United triggered a one-year extension ruling out a free transfer away, PSG are believed to have contacted his representatives over a switch to the Parc des Princes, offering him £400,000-a-week.