Gary Neville says Marcus Rashford’s contract issues at Manchester United shows all the players are ‘looking elsewhere’.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have seen contract talks stall with several of the club’s stars recent months, with the likes of David De Gea, Ander Herrera and Rashford all so far failing to agree new terms.
Former United defender Neville, who made 602 appearances for the club, says the club’s inability to tie down academy graduate Rashford in particular is a major concern for the club.
‘The one stands out a mile is Marcus Rashford – been here since eight or nine years of age and they are struggling to tie him down,’ said Neville on Sky Sports Super Sunday.
‘It doesn’t send a great message to everyone.
‘You can’t look towards the players who have come from international grounds and say why are they not signing when you can’t get young kids who have been at the club [for a long time] to sign. ‘They are all looking elsewhere.’
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