Manchester United ready to let homegrown star leave this summer


Manchester United appear to be waving goodbye to academy graduate Marcus Rashford, with the forward set to leave the club this summer. According to the English outlet, Express, United are reportedly ready to sell Rashford if there are offers for him this summer.

The 26-year-old endured a disappointing season under Erik ten Hag, failing to recapture his previous form. Rashford’s struggles were reflected in his meagre return of seven goals and two assists in 33 Premier League appearances. These underwhelming performances ultimately led to his omission from Gareth Southgate’s England squad for Euro 2024.

United’s rebuild under Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to prioritize ruthless squad reshaping. According to reports, the Red Devils are prepared to listen to offers for Rashford, with Paris Saint-Germain emerging as a potential destination. The French giants are in the market for a replacement for Kylian Mbappe, who recently departed for Real Madrid on a free transfer.

Rashford’s off-field issues have reportedly added to United’s frustrations. These problems, coupled with his on-field inconsistencies, seem to have convinced the club to sanction his sale.

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PSG have a long-standing interest in Rashford and are expected to make a move once they receive encouraging signals from both the player and United. While lucrative offers from Saudi clubs are also a possibility, Rashford is understood to be prioritizing a move that reignites his career, making a switch to the French capital a potentially attractive option.

Manchester United are hoping for a swift resolution regarding Rashford’s future, with any transfer fee received likely to be reinvested in strengthening the squad, particularly on the left wing.

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