Manchester United addressed reports regarding forward Marcus Rashford, stating he took responsibility for his actions after being seen in nightspots in Northern Ireland. Rashford missed training due to illness but is now back in training and available for selection in United's upcoming match against Wolves.
The club treated the incident as an internal disciplinary matter, which they consider closed. Rashford's recent actions aren't the first time he has faced trouble this season. He was previously dropped from the starting lineup and put on the substitutes bench for disciplinary reasons.
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville emphasized the importance of timing and making responsible choices. Rashford's behavior, though not characteristic of his usual professionalism, raises concerns about his conduct and its impact on his career.
Former England striker Alan Shearer highlighted the need for strong management and guidance for Rashford, stressing the importance of not wasting his talent. The recurring disciplinary issues suggest underlying challenges that need to be addressed to ensure Rashford's continued success both on and off the field.