Will Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford (25) stay with the team?
British media ‘Daily Mail’ reported on the 24th (Korean time), “Director Eric ten Hag wants Rashford to stay at Manchester United despite interest from Paris Saint-Germain.”
“Ten Hag wants to put Rashford at the center of the attack and make United the best team in the world,” he added.
Also, “Man Utd has triggered a one-year extension clause with Rashford. Rashford is entering the final 18 months of the contract while receiving £ 200,000 a week (about 300 million won). Man United wants to sign a new contract.” .
Rashford’s last 2021-22 season was a disappointment for Manchester United fans. Rashford is a striker who has been called the future of Manchester United and has gathered expectations. Since his first-team debut in the 2015–16 season, he has been supported by Manchester United fans for his step-by-step development.
However, he scored only 5 goals and 2 assists in 32 games last season. At the same time, transfer rumors arose. He was also linked to several clubs, including Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain. In particular, Paris Saint-Germain even planned to bring Rashford if Kylian Mbafe left. 스포츠토토 Last summer Rashford was also the subject of transfer rumors.
However, under Eric ten Haag’s system, Rashford was completely resurrected. He has 17 goals and 6 assists in 28 games this season. With 5 goals and 1 assist in the last 6 Premier League games, the recent rise is fierce. He participated in the World Cup as a member of the England national team and scored 3 goals in 5 matches.
Ten Haag wants a long-term future with Rashford. “I think you understand that Manchester United is Rashford’s club. He plays the best football. We say this is the best team because we want to build the best team first in England, then in Europe and finally in the world,” he said. want,” he said.
“Rashford is improving because he is giving 100 per cent energy. This team is structured so that his qualities stand out. I think he knows that. We need Rashford to have the success we want. do,” he stressed.