- PSG are reportedly considering making a fresh swoop for Marcus Rashford
- Kylian Mbappe’s future is up in the air and they might need another attacker
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Rashford signed a new deal at Old Trafford worth £300,000 per week in July, committing his future to the club until 2028.
However, a lacklustre season in which he has scored four goals has shifted the goalposts – and calling in sick to training following a reported 12-hour drinking session in Belfast is the latest shadow hanging over United’s campaign.
Now PSG could make an fresh approach for the England forward but only if he says he is keen to the move this summer, according to caughtoffside.com
PSG are reportedly considering a move for Marcus Rashford in the summer, having tried to snatch him up in 2022
Rashford has scored four goals this season and found himself in the middle of a storm after a ’12-hour tequila bender’ in Belfast
The Man United forward scored on his return to the starting XI in the 4-3 win over Wolves
While signing Rashford is not at the ‘top of their agenda’, they will contemplate a move for a striker who can be hugely impressive when he is firing on all cylinders.
Rashford scored 30 goals last season, prompting United to tie him down on a new deal and make him one of the poster boys for coming seasons.
PSG’s need to sign an attacker could become more urgent if Mbappe decides to leave.
He is set to inform them of his decision in the summer ahead of his contract expiry, according to AS.
Mbappe has an option to extend his current deal by a year and stop the club from losing him for free in the summer – a loss of £153m on what they paid for him – amid long-term interest from Real Madrid.
The controversy over his frivolities in Belfast do not help his case, despite being renowned as one of United’s more hard-working and committed characters.
Man Utd say that Rashford has ‘taken responsibility’ for his actions and he scored on his return to the starting XI in the 4-3 win over Wolves.