hope to ramp up talks with ’s representatives over a new deal at the club after the striker rejected a £400,000-a-week deal with Paris Saint-Germain.
The England forward has 15 months to run on his deal at Old Trafford and the club triggered a 12-month extension clause in his contract in December, having failed to agree on a new deal.
Rashford has revived his United career this season, scoring 27 goals in 44 appearances.
It comes after the most difficult campaign of his career last season, when he bagged just five goals in all competitions and struggled both on and off the field.
Despite his struggles, Rashford received interest from Paris Saint-Germain last summer and his representatives held talks over a move to the French capital.
According to the Athletic, the club offered Rashford £400,000-a-week to make the move to France but he rejected their offer.
That would suggest that Rashford is keen to stay at the Theatre of Dreams but Untied are yet to make any significant progress in talks over a new deal.
That’s despite the feeling that there’s a large amount of agreement from both sides over the outline of a deal.
A failure to qualify for the Champions League means United’s squad take a 25% hit to their wages but finishing in the top four would see Rashford earn around £200,000-a-week.
He can expect an increase on that by committing his peak years to the club but United are wary of Financial Fair Play regulations and are keen to bring down the average wage of the first team squad.
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