Paris Saint-Germain have made Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford their primary target this summer, according to Miguel Delaney of the Independent.
The Ligue 1 champions’ head coach Thomas Tuchel wants believes Rashford’s unselfish approach to the game and his attacking versatility would complement Neymar and Kylian Mbappe well, and the 22-year-old England international could act as a long-term replacement for Mbappe should Real Madrid force PSG into selling the French star.
Rashford was considered by Barcelona a while back, but the Catalan club felt it would have been too difficult for them to deal with United at the time and didn’t make a move. The youngster, fully capable of playing on either flank or as the central striker, is a boyhood United fan and he’s loved both at the club and the city very much. His popularity in England has grown massively since his initiative forced the British government to a U-turn over a decision to end free school meals.
Rashford is a part of a project under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer which is causing much optimism at United at the moment and the club would demand over £100 million to let him leave. PSG are, however, ready to pay it.
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