According to reports, PSG is prepared to offer the Manchester United striker “one of the highest-paid footballers” in the world.
Marcus Rashford is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain, and they are willing to spend a fortune to get him.
Marcus Rashford, a Manchester United attacking player, may soon be among the highest-paid football players as the battle for his future intensifies. Rashford’s Man Utd contract ends at the conclusion of the current season, but manager Erik ten Hag asserts that the Red Devils want to exercise their option to sign him for an additional year.
Because PSG, who had the England international on their summer wishlist, is still interested, United must take action right away. According to The Mirror, the Ligue 1 team may be willing to make the 25-year-old “one of the best-paid footballers on the planet.” Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are reportedly also expressing interest, according to the newspaper.
If Manchester United is serious about keeping him, they will have to make a counteroffer that is on par with PSG’s expected offer of close to €1 million per week (£850,000). Football transfer specialist Ben Jacobs earlier disclosed that PSG believes the player’s entourage is playing a joke on them despite the club’s sincere interest in Rashford.
“I believe they believe the player’s side is using them a little bit more than Rashford. The goal is to persuade the athlete to sign a new contract with Manchester United, which is what he prefers. Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the president of PSG, isn’t completely writing Rashford off, though. He said, “He’s had a wonderful World Cup.”
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Manchester United manager isn’t stressed on PSG’s interest in striker Marcus Rashford
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Man Utd, is not concerned about Marcus Rashford’s future at this time. He stated, “We are talking to them to extend contracts, but we have control because we have an option on all the players and we will exercise those options,” in reference to the players whose contracts expire in 2023.
Indeed, PSG are unlikely to sign Rashford during the January transfer window because they already have Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe. If they can convince both of their star attackers to sign a contract extension for the 2023–24 season, Rashford’s ambition may be temporarily set aside. Despite the fact that Manchester United has an advantage over the academy graduate, the stakes have increased.