Marcus Rashford and Man Utd are in negotiations for a new contract worth £300,000.
Marcus Rashford and Manchester United have begun contract negotiations, and the club is reportedly confident that it will be able to sign Rashford to new terms.
As he guides Erik ten Hag’s transformation at the club, 25-year-old Rashford has rediscovered his best form this year. The 16 goals the England international has scored in all competitions include crucial Premier League strikes against Manchester City, Liverpool, and Arsenal.
The club is eager to reward his stunning comeback to form, according to the Manchester Evening News and The Sun.
As previously disclosed by Sportsmail this month, Erik ten Hag has attempted to enact a salary ceiling at the club to prevent problems that have bedevilled the organization in recent years relating to dressing room envy over earnings.
The club will no longer pay superstars more than £300,000 per week under the “Ronaldo Rule” in order to maintain the wage structure for their squad. The goalkeeper has been made aware of the new regulations through continuing discussions with David De Gea.
It is unknown how this will affect the talks with Rashford, but the team might decide to give the striker a raise of more than $300,000.
United has been eager to acquire Paris Saint-Germain, who are circling as they look to restructure their forward line.
According to the source, an agreement is not imminent because there are still a number of issues to be worked out, but the club is unconcerned about the situation because they believe that both parties want the same thing.
Rashford’s contract was set to expire this summer, but the club exercised an option to extend it by an additional year.
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