Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has come to the defense of Jesse Lingard following the controversy surrounding his teammate's Snapchat video.
The 2018/19 season was a torrid one for United, with Jose Mourinho departing in December as his feud with Paul Pogba and the club's ownership created an air of toxicity around Old Trafford. Despite a mid-season resurgence under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the side won just one of their last seven league games as they slumped to a sixth-place finish.
Man Utd have already been busy in the transfer market, bringing in Swansea's Daniel James, before adding Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka to their ranks for £50m.
Having recently signed a new contract himself, Rashford
"The mood now is how it should be, everyone is positive. Last season wasn't good enough. But we're in much better condition than we were this time last year," Rashford told the
In order to move back in to title contention, Manchester United
When asked if
Source : 90min