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Roy Keane unconvinced by ‘whole package’ of fan-favorite Man Utd star, Gary Neville surprised by his stance

Manchester United icon Gary Neville questioned Roy Keane’s perspective on Marcus Rashford, expressing uncertainty about the player’s overall contribution.

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Rashford found himself on the bench during United’s 2-1 victory against Chelsea at Old Trafford on Wednesday, as the 26-year-old forward has been grappling with a dip in form this season.

Despite signing a new contract last summer, Rashford has only managed two goals and two assists in 14 Premier League appearances, falling short of the impressive form he displayed in the previous season.

During a discussion on The Overlap about potential player retentions amid Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s takeover bid, Neville, along with Jamie Carragher and Ian Wright, expressed their intent to keep Rashford at the club.

However, Keane admitted his uncertainty about retaining the England international.

Keane shared his thoughts on Rashford’s overall package, highlighting concerns about his personality, mood swings, and work ethic.

While acknowledging Rashford’s talent, Keane emphasized the importance of consistent hard work and performance.

Looking ahead, even with Ratcliffe’s potential minority stake in United, Rashford is likely to remain a key player in the Red Devils’ lineup.

Despite recent challenges, Rashford’s position is supported by his historical contributions and the backing of manager Erik ten Hag.

The decision to drop Rashford may serve as motivation for the versatile player to reclaim a spot in the starting XI.

Despite differing opinions, Neville, Carragher, and Wright collectively acknowledged the significance of keeping Rashford, reflecting his stature as a pivotal figure for Manchester United.

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