Manchester United

Rashford questions legitimacy of dressing room divide reports involving Cristiano Ronaldo

Arjun Singh Devgan
Rashford and Ronaldo currently play for Man United
Rashford and Ronaldo currently play for Man United / Giuseppe Cottini/GettyImages

Manchester United striker, Marcus Rashford has taken to social networking site, Twitter to respond to reports suggesting there is unrest involving footballing superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo in the Red Devils dressing room.

United have struggled at times on the pitch this season and while they beat Brighton 2-0 on Tuesday night to lift the mood, one journalist in the German media suggested on Wednesday afternoon that Ronaldo wants to 'lead the dressing room with his own clique'.

The report also went on to claim that Rashford along with the other England players like club skipper, Harry Maguire were not too happy and "irritated" by Ronaldo's plan. The England international though has hit out on such a report on social media, by going to question it's legitimacy.

"Are we just making it up as we go along now then? Please stop looking for divides," he wrote in a post on Twitter.

Despite the criticism aimed at United, they are still in the hunt for a top-four finish as they are currently placed fourth in the Premier League table with 43 points from 25 games, while Rashford for his part has struggled since returning from a shoulder injury - netting just five goals in 21 appearances in all competitions so far.