Manchester United stance on Rashford transfer amid PSG interest

Manchester United are not listening to offers for Marcus Rashford.

According to ESPN journalist Rob Dawson, United do not want to sell Rashford, despite interest from Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.

Dawson tweeted: “Man United insisting Marcus Rashford is not for sale despite interest from PSG. Rashford has a year left on his contract plus an option which would take him until 2024, so United in a strong position. Might be different if the same situation presented itself next summer.”

Rashford has been on United’s books since 2005 and the club are not looking to cash in on him now.

The England international endured a difficult campaign last season, but Stretty News understands Rashford is optimistic about the future and is happy to work under Erik ten Hag.

However, that won’t stop PSG from lurking around the background as they’ve shown regular interest in Rashford for the past three years.

The 24-year-old has two years left on his deal at United, but it will be interesting to see if the club’s stance will change if he has another underwhelming season.

United doubt PSG will submit a concrete offer in the final three weeks of the transfer window when they’ve already got forward players like Neymar, Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Mauro Icardi, as per the MEN.

Rashford’s focus needs to be on improving from last season when he scored only five goals, including one as a starter.

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