Utd star's camp 'upset' with Solskjaer

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A Manchester United star's camp is reportedly "upset" at manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following comments he made after his side's defeat to Leicester City.

After the Red Devils' 4-2 loss to the Foxes at the King Power Stadium on Saturday, United boss Solskjaer made a few comments about Marcus Rashford that seemingly did not sit too well with the England attacker's entourage. 

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Rashford had made his first appearance for the club in the 2021/22 season in that match against Leicester after spending some time on the sidelines due to a shoulder injury that has kept him out since the final of the 2020 UEFA European Championship.

The 23-year-old marked his return with a goal as he netted United's second of the day, and Solskjaer was pleased with his comeback.

However, the tactician's remarks about wanting Rashford to prioritise his football left a bitter taste in the mouths of the player's entourage, per The Athletic.

It is reported that the reason for the backlash is that the United boss' comments seemed to have suggested that Rashford's charity work has taken priority over his football career in the past year or two. 

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It is said that no malice was intended by the Norwegian, although the player's camp was irked by it as Rashford's philanthropy work has achieved recognition beyond the parameters of football.

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