Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has recently been linked to Paris Saint-Germain. The 25-year-old’s contract expires in June, but The Red Devils are expected to trigger a one-year extension in his clause to keep him at the club until 2024.
Nonetheless, the English club has to either reach a contract extension with the forward or sell him to avoid losing him on a free transfer.
The Daily Star claimed Manchester United was set to offer the England international whopping wages of £400,000-a-week in a new deal to fend off interest from the French giants and other possible interested clubs.
However, this led to Rashford going on Twitter and stating that he wants the football media to stop with the fabricated reporting in his eyes.
“Can we please stop making up these stories?” Rashford said on Twitter Monday. “Mines and the clubs objectives are to hopefully get into the champions league this season. This isn’t helpful. Thank you.”
On Dec. 12, CBS Sports’ Ben Jacobs reported that the French giants still intend to continue discussions with Rashford. The Ligue 1 side hopes to see if they can make genuine advancement to see if the forward wants to leave the Premier League and head abroad.