Manchester has already announced they’ve already agreed on Marcus Rashford contract renewal. The club announces the news before their pre-season tour in Australia next week. The striker reportedly has agreed on a deal worth up 300.000 pounds a week and the new contract will due to expire in 2023.
The Englishman forward has 12 months left on his existing deal and The Red Devils side have the option to extend that by a further 12 months. The club value Marcus Rashford as an academy product and a potential star in world football in the future.
Prior to the summer transfer market, Marcus Rashford has linked with several Europe top clubs including Barcelona. It’s widely known Barcelona has shown their special interest in the young player. They have planned out the England forwarder as a long-term replacement for Luis Suarez whose getting old as he’s turned 32-years-old this year.
Marcus Rashford Wants To Be A Part of Solksjaer Project
But, letting him out this summer is not the options for Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer. The Norwegian manager made Marcus Rashford his first choice striker when he took over Manchester United coach position from Jose Mourinho last December. And the club is likely to show the young striker a huge sign of faith by allowing their other striker, Romelu Lukaku to leave the Old Trafford stadium this summer.
Marcus Rashford himself told mobile slot Malaysia that he is indeed very pleased and excited by his new contract deal. He’s been part of The Red Devils since the age of seven, and since the club has shaped him, both as a player and as a person. Therefore, it such a privilege for him to get the opportunities to wear the uniform. Following his new contract deal, Marcus Rashford also thanks to his coach, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and his staff, for everything they have done for him so far. For him, they are the perfect group of coaches to learn from as he continues his development and look to push on the next level.
He also stated that he will be giving everything he had to help the club get back to where it belongs and deliver the success that their fans deserve. He clearly wants to be a part of the Norwegian’s manager project, and that is the main reason why he signed the new five-year-deal.