Manchester United have been in tremendous form lately, with many believing that in-form striker Marcus Rashford could lead the Red Devils to do the unthinkable and achieve the quadruple this season.
Currently, just 5 points behind Premier League leaders Arsenal, Erik ten Hag‘s squad have really turned things around from the form they started the current season, where doubt was placed over the former Ajax manager’s ability to lead this great team. With United still in contention for the Europa League, FA Cup, and the EFL Cup playing in the finals against Newcastle on the 26th of February, Ten Hag could achieve a remarkable feat this season.
One of the reasons for this recent success is the impeccable form 25-year-old Marcus Rashford has been in, scoring 24 goals in all competitions this season. The young striker completely turned his form around from last season’s performance, when many believed the youngster to be on his way out. But Ten Hag’s arrival has brought new energy to this club. With Rashford’s current form, many European giants like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are keeping a close eye on the talented forward.
Manchester United want £120 million for Marcus Rashford
The England international is yet to sign his contract renewal at Old Trafford and with his current deal expiring in June 2024, Man United are preparing for the possibility of losing their superstar. Daily Star reports that the Premier League giants have placed a whopping price tag worth £120 million on Rashford, a significant increase from the £80 million asking price placed on the striker during the World Cup.
This is due to the great form he has been in recently, scoring 14 times in the last 16 league games, becoming the first United player to score in 7 consecutive home games since Wayne Rooney in 2010.
Ten Hag would be keen on renewing the 25-year-old but with a new contract yet to be finalized, it remains to be seen whether any of the interested European giants are prepared to pay the high price for the superstar.
Would you sell Marcus Rashford for £120 million or renew his contract?