Marcus Rashford is among four players at Manchester United whose contracts are extended.
The Premier League’s juggernauts have bought themselves some time to discuss contracts with Luke Shaw, Digo Dalot, Fred, and England forward.
Before their current contracts’ triggers, In January, none would have been allowed to negotiate with rival clubs.
United still needs to take quick action to secure the long-term futures of four senior players. Given his standing and Paris Saint Germain’s renewed interest, Rashford is a top priority.
“Once more, he’s an amazing player who plays for nothing.” Every club would swarm to get Rashford for nothing, without a doubt. In an interview with Sky Sports earlier this month, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said.
“Perhaps, summertime, why not? However, we can speak with him today if he is a free agent, we won’t do so.
“Let him concentrate on the World Cup, and hopefully, we’ll talk to him in January,” the statement goes.
To retain Rashford, though, United will go to any lengths. Ten Hag is pleased to have helped him build on his early-season gains before the World Cup.
He recently said of Rashford, “‘From the first moment, I recognized the huge potential.’ “And now to get out the potential. When Marcus is on the back of the defensive line, I believe he is the best player in the world.”
One of the first things I told him was, “Come to training and smile. He receives exercises from us that we hope will make the players happy.
“They must be efficient, but they should also be joyful; happiness gives you energy, and when you see the benefit of it, you can be happy.”
“Marcus was one of the first people to arrive at Carrington with a smile and to leave one day at a time. Working with him was genuinely enjoyable from the start. I admire his talent and his finishing skills.”