Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken a thinly-veiled dig at midfielder Paul Pogba's commitment to the club.
Pogba has been sidelined for large spells of the season and is currently recovering from ankle surgery, but he has chosen to do so away from Old Trafford.
The Frenchman has been joined on the injury list by Marcus Rashford, who sustained a back injury against Wolves last week, but his approach has been quite different it seems.
Rashford, a boyhood Manchester United fan, has pledged to stick with the team during his absence whereas teammate Pogba has been spotted swanning around Europe.
And the two contrasting attitudes haven't gone unnoticed by Solskjaer. As reported by the Mirror, when asked whether the pair would be joining in team meetings, his answers were rather frank.
"Marcus is a genuine Manchester United supporter who wants us to do well and help," he said.
On the pitch or not, @ManUtd fans don’t get much bigger than me.— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) January 20, 2020
You best believe I'll be involved in team meetings, team huddles and team sessions throughout this recovery pic.twitter.com/MeLuGic4c4
But when questioned if he would expect the same from the French World Cup winner, he replied:
It's a bitter blow for Rashford, who had been enjoying his best-ever goalscoring season, notching an impressive 14 goals in 22 league games this term.