Speaking to Sky Sports, Roy Keane said: “Marcus Rashford has had a difficult few months, a lot of players do. You have your ups and downs but you get through it.
“If he simplifies his game, starts running in behind, he’ll start enjoying it again. You have to remind Marcus or all the brilliant things he has done for Manchester United, it’s one of the greatest feelings in the world playing for a big club.
“His team making statements he’s contemplating his future, focus on the game. Turn up, run in behind. You’ve got to make the most of that when you get into space run. Don’t forget to run.”
Ralf Rangnick included Rashford in the starting XI against Tottenham last week but the forward failed to make an impact and was taken off in the second half.
The 24-year-old was then brought off the bench in the Champions League clash against Atletico Madrid on Wednesday, once again failing to change the game.
Rashford was also involved in a confrontation with Man United fans after the midweek game. The forward is not taking a short break to ‘clear his head’.