Euro giants identify 26-year-old Man United star as replacement for key man

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has been linked with a move away from the club this summer. 

According to a report from talkSPORT, French giants Paris Saint-Germain are keen on the England international and they could look to ramp up efforts to sign the player if there is an indication that he is open to a transfer.

Rashford had a mediocre campaign by his standards last season, scoring just eight goals in all competitions. It will be interesting to see if Manchester United are willing to cash in on him this summer. Despite his mediocre form, Rashford remains a quality player and Manchester United are not desperate to sell him If reports are to be believed.

Meanwhile, the report from talkSPORT claims that Paris Saint-Germain are long-term admirers of the England international and they are looking to add more quality to their attacking unit after the departure of Kylian Mbappé. There is no doubt that the England international is a top-class player on his day, and he could add goals, creativity, and flair to the PSG attack if he can rediscover his form.

Man United cannot afford to sell Marcus Rashford

With that said, Manchester United are already lacking in depth in the attacking unit, and it would be quite surprising if they decided to let Rashford leave the club. signing another goalscorer will be a top priority for Manchester United this summer, and they will not want to weaken the attacking unit further by selling a key player. The 26-year-old is a proven performer in the Premier League and there is no reason why he cannot rediscover his goalscoring touch next season.

The Manchester United forward missed out on a place in England’s squad for Euro 2024 because of his disappointing form and he will be desperate to bounce back strongly. His desire to succeed next season could be a bonus for the Red Devils.

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  1. Let him go, I don’t think any other club will put up with his moods and the amount of time he puts into non football matters. As long as we get at least £80 million for him he can go where he wants

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