Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has been in fantastic form for the Red Devils in recent weeks, and it appears that this has prompted the club's management to go the extra mile to ensure the striker stays at Old Trafford.
United have set the price of the player's card in case the club are forced to let him go at the end of the season, which is unlikely to happen. The "Red Devils" will demand a full 120 million pounds for the services of the Englishman, from any team that wants to make their own player. Rashford has an active contract until the end of next season with Manchester United, after the club activated a default clause in his current contract, which provided for the renewal of 1 extra year.
However, the fantastic form of the attacker, who has scored 22 goals this season, has attracted the attention of many "big" clubs in Europe. Among them are PSG and Real Madrid. Madrid are looking for a long-term replacement for Karim Benzema, who is in the final years of his career, while PSG have the financial potential to meet the figure set by United for Rashford's card. Barcelona are also monitoring the situation but the Catalans are more disadvantaged, considering their economic problems.
Despite interest from rival clubs, Rashford is thought to be content with his position at Old Trafford. The striker has become a regular player in coach Ten Hag's squad, but the fact that Marcus has yet to sign a new contract has made the Red Devils leaders cautious. The attacker is believed to have a proposal on the table for a new contract, according to which he will benefit from a full 300 thousand pounds per week. Sources close to Rashford say he is currently only focused on the next few games, and will consider his future at a later date.