Manchester United value Marcus Rashford more than £120 million as Paris Saint-Germain revealed the bid they are willing to offer.
According to reports, Manchester United values Marcus Rashford at “in excess” of £120 million, which is double what Paris Saint-Germain paid for the player.
The French club has set their sights on signing the 24-year-old forward this summer. He has one year remaining on his contract at Old Trafford.
Rashford is “keen” for a new challenge, according to French journalist Julien Laurens, who also disputes L’Equipe’s claim that his representatives have already begun negotiations with PSG.
Despite this, no negotiations for a deal between PSG and Manchester United have taken place.
In fact, despite Rashford’s recent struggles, United is eager to lock him into a new contract and has no plans to open up further negotiations.
According to ESPN, the Ligue 1 champions are willing to give Rashford a sizable pay raise, but again, there hasn’t been any communication between the two clubs as of yet.
Rashford’s worth is also mentioned in that report. Manchester United values the player at twice as much as PSG believes he is worth in the current market, which is around £60 million.
Neil Warnock, a former manager of Sheffield United, believes the 24-year-old striker will find his old form soon.
Rashford has been somewhat reserved over the past 12 months, but I believe Erik ten Hag will give him a new lease on life, particularly if Ronaldo leaves.
And I don’t mean to disrespect Ronaldo. Although he is a fantastic player, I believe it has slowed Rashford’s development.
“I predict that Marcus will have a strong start to the year and surprise Gareth [Southgate]. He’s just as good, in my opinion, as anyone after [Harry] Kane.
Rashford did well in preseason under new manager Erik ten Hag, but he didn’t really stand out in United’s opening-day loss to Brighton on Sunday.
That preparation, in the words of the man himself, was “priceless.”
In July, he told PA, “For me personally, having the pre-season that I’ve had is priceless.
“Sometimes I don’t really pay attention to it as much because usually we play games in the summer and stuff, so the next season just kind of rolls onto the previous season,” the author says.
“But this year, I had time to unwind, take a break, recover physically and mentally, and then I had a proper preseason,” the player said. I’m incredibly joyful. I’m glad I was able to accomplish that.