Manchester United star Harry Maguire has spoken out on his recent row with Marcus Rashford ahead of Sunday’s Premier League showdown with Manchester City.
United were poor against Crystal Palace in midweek, producing a flat performance as they slipped to a third goalless draw in a row.
One of the biggest talking points from the showdown was the row between Maguire and Rashford, with the pair seen having heated words.
And Maguire, speaking to The Sun, has insisted there was no fallout from the incident.
“But we are always shouting at each other in games. I have full respect for Marcus and he has full respect for myself,” the Red Devils skipper told The Sun.
“We did not even confront each other after the game because it happens that much in training and in games.
“He wants the best for the club and I want the best for the club.
“We were not winning and late on in the game were both a little bit frustrated but no, it is nothing.
“It just shows we are going in the right direction. We are passionate. We are frustrated. We want to be winning football matches. We are passionate about the club and team spirit. We show passion.”