Man Utd teammate has told friends 'Marcus Rashford is not as humble as he used to be'

Marcus Rashford has suffered a serious dip in form

Marcus Rashford's form for Manchester United plummeted drastically in the last few weeks.

When Ole Gunnar Solskjaer first arrived at the club, the Englishman went from strength to strength and scooped the Premier League Player of the Month award for January.

Rashford then provided one of United's greatest ever moments in the Champions League when he scored the winning penalty against Paris Saint-Germain to seal a famous comeback win.

However, since that 3-1 win in the French capital, Rashford has found the back of the net just twice in seven appearances.

One of those goals came in the 2-1 defeat in the FA Cup to Wolves, while his other was the opening strike in the undeserved 2-1 win over Watford.

But it's not just his lack of goals that is concerning fans, it's his performances in general.

Rashford's energy levels look low and he seems reluctant to track back even when deployed on the wings.

In the 4-0 loss to Everton on Sunday, the 20-year-old was one of United's worst players - and that's saying something.

And a report from the Independent on the current state of the Red Devils' dressing room sheds some new light on Rashford's situation at the club.

Rashford in action vs Barcelona

Miguel Delaney writes that one unidentified United teammate has told friends that "Rashford is not as humble as he used to be".

Delany wrote: "Paul Pogba is now said by some to be “very keen to leave” for Real Madrid, De Gea is not getting the wage he wants, while Marcus Rashford would naturally greatly consider any concrete offer from Barcelona.

"One teammate has complained to friends about how Rashford is not quite the humble figure he used to be."

That couple of months of world-class form appears to have gone to his head...

Rashford celebrates vs PSG

Rashford is currently stalling on signing a new £200,000-a-week deal with United and his future at the club is suddenly up in the air.

How things can change in such a short space of time.

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