UCL giants plan to sign unstoppable Man United star amid contract uncertainty

UCL giants plan to sign unstoppable Man United star amid contract uncertainty

According to the German tabloid Bild, Marcus Rashford of Manchester United is a target for Bayern Munich.

The current Bundesliga champions lost Robert Lewandowski, a crucial striker, last summer, and they have yet to add a comparable replacement to their lineup.

Harry Kane of Tottenham has been the subject of trade rumors, but it has now been said that the club is also considering Rashford given his outstanding play.

The Bavarian powerhouses are aware that Rashford can only be acquired for free once his contract ends in June of next year.

Currently, United has no intentions to split ways with its treasured possession.
Rashford is unlikely to join Bayern anytime soon.

After scoring only five goals in a poor 2021–2022, Rashford was on Paris Saint–radar Germain’s last summer.

Although his brother had touch with the Les Parisiens’ upper management, United made it plain that the 25-year-old would not be transferred for a cost.

Rashford’s improvement under manager Erik ten Hag has provided justification for the choice.

The England international has contributed to 21 goals and 8 assists so far this season, and with his present form, he may even reach 40–50 goals.

Bayern’s recent interest in him comes as no surprise, but United supporters shouldn’t be alarmed by the persistent transfer rumors.

In our opinion, Rashford has little chance of joining the German champions. His current deal with United will be extended until June 2024.

The “unstoppable” celebrity gets paid £200,000 a week at the moment. Paying him £400,000 a week in the height of his career sounds like a no-brainer.

The United leadership should not hesitate to satisfy the expectations of the club graduate because they spent a far bigger sum for Cristiano Ronaldo.

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