Marcus Rashford To Stay At Manchester United.
Marcus Rashford has rejected bid from Tottenham Hotspur as he would love to fight for a first team spot in Erik Ten Hag’s Administration.
The Manchester united forward who had a bad form in just concluded season would be staying at the red devil’s camp as is contract still has a year to go.
Manchester United have been making it pretty clear they have no intention of selling Marcus Rashford as he would be among the players that would be playing for their new coach.
Due to the number of players who have already left or have not much use for, losing someone they have would seem a bit counter-productive is not in the club’s plan.
The 24-year-old forward scored only five goals in 32 appearances for United in all competitions in the just concluded season.
He was also left on the bench during Ralf Rangnick’s spell as interim manager while Sancho filled his spot.
Rashford will have to impress new boss Erik ten Hag moving forward.
Ten Hag could present the England international with further obstacles as part of his much-needed rebuild, though, with United keen to sign a versatile attacking option.
Darwin Nunez is on the radar in that regard amid interest from bitter rivals Liverpool, who look like favourite to sign him.