Manchester United have put a high price tag on Marcus Rashford, who has recently regained form, in case he leaves.
The British ‘Daily Star’ 카지노 said on the 19th (Korean time), “Man United will put a price tag of 120 million pounds (about 187.8 billion won) on Rashford in the transfer market this summer. Man United should sell him at the end of the season. We are preparing for the case.”
Rashford has made a comeback this season. Rashford, who had not been able to show off his condition due to overlapping injuries until last season, became a fish in water after meeting coach Eric Ten Haag.
It is an overwhelming performance. This season Rashford has scored a total of 22 goals in all competitions. He is playing the role of an ace in the management system of Ten Hag. He has a history of winning the English Premier League (EPL) Player of the Month award only twice (September and January).
Although he regained his form, the point came when his contract with Man United was not long before he knew it. Already in June of last year, Manchester United triggered a one-year extension option to prevent Rashford from becoming a free agent (FA). After the next season, he becomes a free agent.
Rashford is demanding a massive weekly pay raise. He has requested a weekly wage of 300,000 pounds (approximately 470 million won), and he has yet to find an agreement with the club. If he does not renew his contract again, there is a possibility that he will leave for another club in the transfer window this summer.
Naturally, many big clubs will be approaching Rashford this summer. According to media reports, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), Real Madrid and Barcelona are known to be the clubs that will show the most interest.
Manchester United has set the transfer fee in advance in case Rashford leaves. It is a whopping 120 million pounds (approximately 187.8 billion won). This is an increase of £40 million (approximately KRW 62.6 billion) from the previously expected £80 million (approximately KRW 125.2 billion).
His performance in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and the incident in which Enzo Fernandez broke the EPL’s highest ever transfer fee with 105 million pounds (about 164.3 billion won) in the transfer market last winter led to Rashford’s ransom soaring.