Marcus Rashford and Manchester United have reached a new, long-term agreement.
The club and the English forward have verbally agreed to terms on a new five-year deal that will keep him at Old Trafford through 2028.

Rashford, 25, is the latest United player to commit their future to the club after Luke Shaw and Diogo Dalot agreed to new contracts earlier this year.

After turning down offers from PSG and England, Marcus Rashford signs a new five-year, £375,000 per week contract with Manchester United, moving up to fourth in the Premier League wage scale.

The new deal will see him become the side’s highest earner following De Gea’s exit

The signing of Rashford is encouraging for boss Erik ten Hag as he gets his team ready for the American preseason tour.

On Wednesday, United plays the French team Lyon in Scotland before departing for New York. On Saturday in New Jersey, they take on Arsenal.

By gvoice

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