Marcus Rashford models England’s M&S formal wear despite Euro 2024 team snub

“He looks good,” said the United boss. “That’s a race: ups and downs, so a downturn can also give fuel and that’s what I see in training.

“He will be very motivated: he speaks with his feet, he is very intelligent, he has already had a great career and I am sure he will overcome it and score more goals.”

With Ten Hag’s future under serious threat and United willing to listen to offers for almost their entire squad this summer, barring a handful of young talents such as Kobbie Mainoo, Alejandro Garnacho and Rasmus Hojlund, Saturday could represent the last game for many in the club.

However, Ten Hag dodged questions about his own future. “I’m just focusing on the job I have to do and that’s first winning the game on Saturday and then we’ll be on the project and moving forward,” he said.

“I came here to win trophies. On Saturday I have the next opportunity. We earned this opportunity as a team and now we have to go for it. At the same time, in the last two years, of course, every season we review it and then we will see where we are in the project and the things we have to change.

“We talked lately about it, deep down there are very good things, players that are emerging and developing, values ​​that are emerging and at the same time we have a great opportunity on Saturday to win the next trophy.”

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