In a recent interview, reported by BBC Sport, Rangnick said: “Even in case he and his agents or his family think about going to another club, well he can do that but in the summer.”
Rangnick doesn’t seem to be letting it get to him, and is happy for Rashford to be able to make his own decision. “It doesn’t make any sense to put any energy into that,” added Rangnick.
This isn’t exactly showing faith in Rashford, who may prefer to hear his manager being desperate for him to stay. The 24-year-old has only started eight of the 18 games since Rangnick has been in charge.