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Roy Keane claims Marcus Rashford needs a 'kick up the a***' in brutal Manchester United demand

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has said that there is 'something amiss' with Marcus Rashford - and he may need his manager to help him get out of the rut he’s in.

The forward has scored eight times in 36 appearances in all competitions so far this season, with seven of those goals coming in the Premier League. Despite finding the net in three of his last four outings, Rashford has been criticised for his performances.

Most recently, pundit Jamie Redknapp spoke about an apparent lack of effort during the weekend’s Premier League draw against Brentford. Rashford also played just 15 minutes in one of the two friendly games for England over the recent international break, putting his place in the line-up for this summer’s European Championships in doubt.

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Keane has now had his say on the forward’s form and performances. He’s called on those closest to the player, including manager Erik ten Hag to provide him with some tough love.

“There’s no question mark about his [Marcus Rashford’s] ability, he’s outstanding – but there’s something amiss with him,” Keane told the Stick to Football podcast, via SkyBet.

“We’ve had these conversations every few months – a player can have an off-spell or a dip, but he’s certainly not enjoying his football.

“I wouldn’t say I’m worried about him, but you look at him and there’s something amiss. The people around him, whether it be family or his manager, who’s on his case every day.

"Who is giving him an old-fashioned kick up the a*** and saying ‘Come on, we need more from