The magazine is planning an article on how he has "benefited commercially" from partnerships.
Marcus Rashford's defending his charity partnerships following claims he's "benefited commercially" from his campaigning.
Just heard @spectator are planning to run a story on me tomorrow about how I have benefitted commercially in the last 18 months…To clarify, I don’t need to partner with brands. I partner because I want to progress the work I do off the pitch and…(1)— Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) July 20, 2021
The Manchester United forward said on Twitter last night that The Spectator magazine's running a story about it.
But the 23-year-old - who's backed a number of child food poverty incentives - says he only gets involved with campaigns to progress the work he does off the pitch.
Marcus Rashford has called out a magazine over a yet-to-be-published story suggesting that he has "benefitted commercially" from his campaigning https://t.co/0DpIyWH9jB— Sky News (@SkyNews) July 21, 2021