This summer, Paris Saint-Germain is considering reigniting their interest in Marcus Rashford, putting the striker’s commitment to Manchester United to the test.
Last summer, the Ligue 1 champions tried to attract the 26-year-old to the French capital but failed in their attempt, as Rashford opted to sign a lucrative new deal instead.
iNews reports that PSG plans to make a fresh offer for Rashford at the end of the season. The Parisians, who have long admired him, might need to fill a Kylian Mbappe-shaped hole, as Real Madrid is interested in the Frenchman.
Last summer, the capital club shifted away from signing big names based on their reputation alone – the Neymar, Sergio Ramos, and Lionel Messi-type acquisitions – and bringing in younger, hungrier players.
If Rashford becomes available at the right price and Ineos decides to move away from him, it could be irresistible for PSG to consider another attempt to offer the England international a fresh start.
Few doubt Rashford’s talent for success – his 30-goal haul last season proves his abilities. Moving to a new club, away from his boyhood team, could provide the perfect environment for him to consistently reach his potential.