Man Utd ready to sell Rashford after fallout with Ten Hag


Manchester United are ready to listen to offers for Marcus Rashford this summer.

This follows the Premier League club’s decision to continue with manager Erik ten Hag in charge.

It is understood that Rashford and Ten Hag were “barely on speaking terms” by the end of the season, after the player missed training following a night out in Belfast

According to The Sun, United are now open to cashing in on Rashford, whose current contract expires in 2028.

The Red Devils had placed an £80million valuation on the England forward. But the club has accepted they may have to lower that following his drop in form last season.

Across 43 appearances in all competitions, the 26-year-old managed just eight goals, with his behaviour off the pitch only further damaging his reputation at the club.