In previous seasons, Soleskjaer has had the excuse of talking about the need for more signings.
However, having gotten the signings he needs this season, the pressure has only increased.
Many Manchester United stars have voiced their displeasure with Soleskjaer's tactics with Bruno and Pogba in particular, stating that "something had to change' after the Leicester game.
Now, Soleskjaer seems to have another problem at hand after it was reportedly said that Marcus Rashford also had a problem with him.
With Rashford coming out of injury recently, he is one of the players whom Soleskjaer could use to change the club's fortunes.
This was especially clear when Rashford scored for United, a few minutes after entering the pitch.
However, according to sources close to Rashford, the Man United winger was angered when his manager told him to focus on his main priority, which is playing football.
This claim has also been used by Rashford's critics who hit out at him for spending most of his time to take care of the food situation for school going children.
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