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Marcus Rashford opens up and promises that Manchester United can do much better

In a heartfelt statement, Marcus Rashford has expressed unwavering confidence in Manchester United’s potential, promising fans that the best is yet to come. Speaking to PlayersTribune, Rashford didn’t mince words: “I promise you, the world has not seen the best of this United squad and these players.”

Rashford, a homegrown talent who has been with United since his youth, shared his aspirations for the team’s return to the top of European football. “We want to be back playing in the Champions League. We will be back where we belong.” he affirmed, showcasing his dedication and belief in the team’s direction and capabilities.

Addressing his critics directly, Rashford’s message was clear: “If you back me, good. If you doubt me, even better.” This statement reflects his resilience and determination to prove skeptics wrong, further fuelling his motivation to lead United to greatness.

Rashford also touched on personal accountability and his commitment to Manchester United, emphasizing the weight of responsibility he feels representing the club. “Listen, I’m not a perfect person. When I make a mistake, I’ll be the first one to put my hand up and say that I need to do better… But if you ever question my commitment to Man United, that’s when I have to speak up.”

The Manchester native also addressed the narratives spun by the media, reiterating his lifelong dedication to the Red Devils. “I can’t accept some things in the media. I grew up here at Man United. I have played for this club since I was a boy. My family turned down life-changing money when I was a kid so I could wear this badge” Rashford revealed.

His passionate declarations serve not only as a rallying cry for all of United’s players but also as a message of hope to fans around the world. With his sights set on the future, Rashford’s leadership and vision could be the driving force which Manchester United needs to reclaim its status among football’s elite.

The Red Devils are currently in a period of transition, with Sir Jim Ratcliffe, the wealthiest person in Great Britain, recently becoming a minority owner of the club. Much like Rashford, Ratcliffe harbors a lifelong admiration for Manchester United and is eager to see them reclaim their position at the pinnacle of English and European football.