Man Utd 'ready to let Marcus Rashford leave' as INEOS braced for fresh offer – Football News

Man Utd 'ready to let Marcus Rashford leave' as INEOS braced for fresh offer

Marcus Rashford could leave United this summer. (Image: Getty)

Manchester United are reportedly prepared to allow Marcus Rashford to leave the club this summer, amid interest from around Europe.

The forward underperformed markedly for the Red Devils last season despite being given frequent votes of confidence by manager Erik ten Hag.

Rashford scored seven goals and registered two assists in 33 Premier League appearances last season, and his displays left plenty to be desired and prompted questions to be raised about his commitment to the club. He was also omitted from Gareth Southgate’s England squad for Euro 2024 as a result.

The Red Devils are set to kickstart a major rebuild this summer orchestrated by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, and the INEOS chief looks set to put loyalties aside when reconstructing the squad.

According to HITC, United are ‘ready’ to sell Rashford this summer, with Paris Saint-Germain expected to rekindle their interest in the versatile forward.

His boyhood side have been left ‘bewildered’ by his struggles over the past 12 months, with his off-field disciplinary woes producing an ongoing headache for Ten Hag to deal with as well.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is braced for offers for Rashford (Image: Getty)

Other issues are also said to have emerged throughout the course of the campaign which, along with his performances, have prompted United to rule that they will not stand in the way of Rashford if offers arrive for his services.

PSG are long-term admirers of the 26-year-old and are expected to arrive with an offer with the forward as they scour the market for suitable Kylian Mbappe replacements, who left the club as a free agent to join Real Madrid.


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The Ligue 1 outfit are waiting for ‘sufficient encouragement’ from the Red Devils and Rashford before tabling an offer. Saudi Pro League sides are also monitoring the situation closely, though the United academy product is not keen to head to the Middle East.

However, the prospect of getting his career back on track with a move to the French capital is an opportunity that Rashford is ‘open to’ and it remains to be seen whether he provides PSG with the appropriate greenlight to get negotiations underway.

United will be hoping that talks with Luis Enrique’s outfit are swift as any funds raised can be reinvested back into their squad and signing a suitable replacement on the left wing.