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To entice Marcus Rashford away from Manchester United, PSG is ‘willing’ to pay him €10 million annually.

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) are ‘willing’ to offer Manchester United star Marcus Rashford €10 million per year in order to lure him away from the Red Devils, according to Calciomercatoweb (h/t Manchester Evening News).

The 25-year-contract old’s was slated to end at the conclusion of the current campaign. On the other hand, the Old Trafford team turned on the one-year contract extension for the England international.

Rashford wants to continue playing for Manchester United. He has been among our team’s most valuable players this year. A sizable offer, however, might influence the forward’s choice.

Prior to making a breakthrough in the 2016–17 campaign, the 25-year-old advanced through United’s youth ranks. Since then, he has developed into a crucial team player for the club. Unfortunately, last season, the England international didn’t seem convinced.

After the Three Lions’ victory in the Euro 2020 championship, Rashford did not appear the same when he returned to Manchester. The 25-year-old didn’t leave an impression when he appeared in the prior campaign.

Thankfully, it seems like the England international is getting comfortable with Ten Hag. The Manchester United academy alumnus has frequently led the line for the Dutch coach.

Anthony Martial has experienced a lot of injuries this year. Prior to leaving the club, Ten Hag, on the other hand, did not think Cristiano Ronaldo belonged in the starting lineup.

Rashford is now in charge of playing at position nine as a result. The England international has 11 goals this year in 22 games across all competitions.

The 25-year-old has been essential for United under Ten Hag. He should be kept by the Red Devils for the foreseeable future by all means possible.

Man Utd prepared to pay £6.6m to sign £204,000-a-week player

Manchester United target Cody Gakpo ended up joining Liverpool, and the Red Devils are now stalling in their pursuit of Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix.

According to today’s edition of The Telegraph, the Rojiblancos are seeking a fee of £13.3 million (15 million euros) to loan the player until the end of the season.

Man United, on the other hand, is only willing to pay half of the asking price, or around £6.6 million, to entice the attacker on a temporary basis.

According to the British media, the Red Devils will also have to cover Felix’s wages of around £204,000 per week, or £5.3 million, for six months.

According to reports, the 20-time English champions have backed out of the deal for the time being due to the high asking price set by the Colchoneros, but they have not abandoned their interest in the Portuguese international.

According to the news source, the above terms were also offered to Chelsea and Premier League leaders Arsenal.

Erik ten Hag is desperate for оffensive reinforcements after losing last season’s Player of the Year, Cristiano Ronaldo, but the uncertainty surrounding ownership and funds isn’t helping.

If United continues to stall, another key target could leave for a rιval club during the January transfer window.

According to today’s edition of AS, Atletico Madrid is looking for a loan deal worth 9 million euros as long as the player’s wages are paid in full for the current season.

According to the Spanish news source, Felix and his representatives expect things to pick up this week, but no rеal offer has yet arrived at the Wanda Metropolitano offices.

 

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