Rashford’s Manchester United future rest on Erik Ten Hag’s decision.


Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford is waiting to speak with new manager Erik ten Hag and his coaching staff before making a decision on his long-term future, 90min understands.

Rashford, a United academy product, has struggled at Old Trafford this season in line with the club’s poor form in the Premier League, and has more recently lost his place in the team altogether under interim manager Ralf Rangnick – even being overlooked and unused in United’s 3-0 with over Brentford on Monday night.

The 24-year-old has also lost his place in the England squad, and with a World Cup on the horizon in November is in danger of missing out on a place in the travelling party.




Rashford would like to remain at United in the long term, but has been left frustrated by the last few seasons at the club. He is understood to be one of the players unsure of Ten Hag’s appointment, given Rangnick’s influence in the decision, but he is willing to hold talks with the Dutchman before deciding on his next move.

The player is aware of interest in his services from a host of clubs, with Arsenal one team keeping track as they look to sign a new striker in the summer. Interest from abroad is however understood to be even stronger, with both Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain making it clear they would be interested should he become available for sale.

Interest from Newcastle United also cannot be ruled out. The club are open to making a statement signing should the right player become available, with Rashford fitting the profile.

Rashford is contracted to United until the summer of 2023, though there is an option for the club to trigger an extension for a further year. 90min understands that United would expect a minimum sale price of £60m should Rashford be allowed to depart.




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